It was fun for me as a child to wait until cars would pass by and swing from my multi use jump rope onto coming traffic. As the cars would go by I thought how clever and funny I was to give them such a shock. Luckily for me there were only a handful of passersby and I was dubbed by my brother as a hoodlum of Toccopola. The roses are wild one’s that grow on the banks of Toccopola Loop road and smell wonderful this time of year. I love to drive through with my windows rolled down and let the scent waft in while I place my face out like that of a dog enjoying a Sunday drive.
I used mulberry juice to create the texture and stain on the road. I’m trying different mediums and looking forward to wowing you soon with a piece using birch bark. 2ftx4ft on boxed canvas using acrylic, paint pens, mulberries, paper, clear polyurethane, and saliva