What Happened Directly After the Women's March Painting by Kelly Puissegur

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What Happened Directly After the Women's March

Kelly Puissegur

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Size: 34 W x 51 H x 0.1 D in

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This painting is part of a project called Tiny Obstacle. Tiny Obstacle is a collaboration between my one year old daughter Charley Jo and me. The goal is to work with the flow of being an artist and mother and let each influence the other instead of separating the two. Artist Statement: Mother. Artist. Two jobs working in complete harmony. Each informing the other in hopes that creativity oozes out of all that is attempted in art and in life. This painting was influenced by a drawing Charley Jo made and I interpreted and named. (I included the original drawing in the photos). I then recreated the drawing into a large scale painting. Made with acrylic on watercolor paper

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Painting:Acrylic on Paper

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Size:34 W x 51 H x 0.1 D in

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My inspiration comes from humor in movies, music, and everyday oddities in life. I love making people smile and laugh with my work. My paintings are little appreciations for movies, music, animals, plants, people who inspire me, family, shapes, textures, and whatever else pops into my head. I change mediums frequently because I get bored easily, but my work generally maintains a childlike, playful quality. My goal is to make affordable art that people can appreciate or relate to in some way. http://www.kellypuissegur.com

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