Scenic Art and Parade Floats

Scenic art and parade floats are very different from my usual type painting. It is temporary art,  only lasting for the duration of the event. In many ways that is very freeing. Most of the time I am painting very very large. Imagine a 60 ft. wide canvas and I am using house paint, rollers and large brushes to do it.  I also enjoy using different styles of art, reflecting the needs of the show.

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Parade floats have different challenges. The objects must be sturdy enough to handle winds and rain. They must be large enough to be visible to all the spectators and to make an impact, but be light enough to transport.

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Audrey 2 float

The Audrey Two was made out of a wire and piping frame and then covered in paper mache and painted. The teeth were made out of model magic and the tongue was made out of a foam sled board. It was then mounted on a wooden pot and decorated with foliage