The Human Body Art Work
Below: Posing to represent the different organs of the human body. Different costumes were worn to portray natural or artificial colours (i.e. the stomach is colourful due to the variety of foods each person eats). Images from left to right top to bottom: Blood cell, Brain, Heart, ear labrinth, veins, liver, stomach, lungs, pancreas.
Below: Pastel drawings that depict parts within the human body
Below: Acrylic and pastel drawings connected by thread, representing blood cells, veins and arteries of the heart.
Below: A variety of photos and drawings using pastel, acrylic, charcoal and ink, positioned onto 2 large sheets of brown paper (clothes pattern paper). The layout resembles the shape and approximate size of the human body, with images in order from the head to feet.
Below: Scrolls with mixed materials, representing moods or feelings that come and go from our bodies.