Friday, 22 July 2011

NYC times square mural

This is the NYC mural I did at the end of June. It is going to be hung in what we call the link at our school (the link is a hall that connects 2 buildings to make one school). It is my way of leaving my mark on the high school as I have now graduated but want my work to be remembered. I am very happy with the way it came out and I hope everyone likes it! There are a lot of very strong messages in this piece of work so try to spot and decode them! Everyone will interpret it their own way but if you would like to know what I meant by something just leave a comment. Here I am with the mural in our art room


This was done on a 4'x4' piece of bristle board wood using house paint and magazine clippings. There are also some pictures printed from the computer.




































Thanks so much for reading and I hope you enjoyed this mixed media piece!

3 comments:

Jennifer McNab said...

Absolutely Amazing. I love the big one more than the little one, simply because of the suicide dude. Brings the whole piece together. haha. TO bad we wont be in school to see it hanging on the wall...

Teachersue said...

All I can say is "WOW"! The messages are clear and so true of life today; for youth and adults alike. You have a blessed gift Heather. May you continue to use your gift to bring enlightenment to the world. :) TFS

Natasha W said...

Wow, I have just discovered your blog via YouTube and I think you are an amazing artist. Your work is far beyond your years. I wish I had just half of your talent.