Thursday, March 26, 2015

Figurative Painting of Hands "Corn Husk Rug" by Contemporary Realism Artist Carol A. McIntyre

In this drawing, the art of making a rug from the most durable substances on the plains - soaked corn husks, is captured. These rugs had a longer life than rags make of fabric, and they required very strong hands to make. It also demonstrates the resourcefulness required to survive with few materials at hand.

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