I made a pegboard to store my art supplies and get them organized. You can see that pegboard here.
I had half a pegboard left over. About 4' x 4', it was sitting here staring at me asking me to do something with it. :)
I didn't have room for another storage wrack, but I did have lots of spray paint so I took it out in the back yard and just started spraying.
After a while it looked like a face.... so I kept going.
Everyday after work I went into my studio and just layered on more paint. I knew I wanted bright colors and a lion.
So there was more paint...
Some squiggly brush strokes and more paint.
After a couple of days I wondered what I would do with it when I was done. But I kept going.
Painting on a pegboard is a challenge. All those little holes hold the paint and cause drips.
I kept painting.
I'm lucky my family understands me. . . or at least pretends to.
And now it's done and I still don't know what to do with it! But it felt good painting it and I kinda like his eyes.
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