Richard Morris now has this work!
Richard ChauDavis had a booth in Art of Pride. Along his regular artwork, Richard set up two torsos painted black with chalkboard paint. Pride attendees were encouraged to use the provided chalk and mark up the torsos with drawings, symbols, and comments. Periodically Richard erased the chalkboard torsos so people could start fresh.
“Love is love” is a close-up photograph of what some people drew, early on.
The work is mounted on a 12” x 16” Blicks primed and cradled hardboard panel. The sides and back are painted with the same blackboard paint used on the two torsos (in case someone would like to add things). Richard himself added glitter paint and bordered the image with a light blue acrylic. The final varnish is Liquitex Gloss Varnish. The piece is archival, wired and ready to hang.
Other photo's of the two manikins Richard Painted with BM Black Chalkboard paint for people to draw on int 2017 Art of Pride.