A childhood technique executed to create works of high art; this is what Judith Braun and Iris Scott have been busy doing. Braun’s preferred medium is charcoal, which she likes to apply directly to the wall. She coats her fingers in fine charcoal powder and brings massively intricate black and white murals to life, one print at a time. Scott prefers paint to charcoal, and canvas to drywall, but her works are no less spectacular. Using latex-covered fingertips, she crafts pieces in the spirit of Impressionism and pointillism. Her scenes are active and exciting, composed with vibrant colors.

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