...is Chickie. Just one name, like Cher. Aliases include Silly Billy and Goober Girl.
Pieces #1 and #2:
Titles: Seagull 1 and Seagull 2
Medium: Crayola Washable Paint on construction paper
Notes: At various times in the creation of these projects, the artist described the subject as a trampoline, a girl, and a banana. The benefit of abstract art is that the artist can continually change the subject, and no one is the wiser. In the end, she declared both pictures to be seagulls.
The Artist at Work:
The Finished Projects:
I am happy to report that these paints are easily washed off of skin and hair.
And chairs, floors, and doors.
And hopefully fairly new comforters.... We'll see.
Title: Alternative Uses for Fluoride
Medium: Colgate gel toothpaste on glass shower door
Notes: This artist has yet to learn an important lesson. No matter how artistic it is, tagging is indeed illegal graffiti. The judge required the artist to assist in cleaning up. While the artist preferred using her tongue, the judge insisted she use a washrag instead.
The Cleanup (and, yes, the destruction of this piece of rebel art):
Title: Bob's Teeth
Medium: Ballpoint pen on magazine
Notes: If your children go to the same school as the artist in the future, you may wish to suggest they not allow her to sign their yearbooks.
And I never thought Trainer Bob's teeth needed braces.