Iconic Camouflage: Painted People Disappear into Cityscapes

From the artist: “my surface is living, breathing human beings, making this a highly relevant immediate. Iconic Camouflage: Painted People Disappear into Cityscapes

Unlike some other prominent artists working with more seamless urban camouflage in strange or offbeat settings, this work in NYC by   Trina Merry allows for curves and distortions, and operates with the interplay between painted   nudes in more public and iconic surroundings. I use non-toxic hypoallergenic paint applied with a brush or airbrush. the painting is temporary like a Tibetan sand painting, beginning to [shift]   into another work as soon as I stop painting, changing texture and color.”
Comment on Facebook Thanks to the prominence of these locations, this colorful work naturally becomes a live spectacle beyond the sculptural photographs taken of the models in place.

Updated: 28.11.2014 — 14:52