The art of finger painting

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Judith Braun
Judith Braun creates her ‘Fingerings’murals by dipping her fingers in charcoal or graphite. Symmetry and abstraction play are an important role.
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William Boyer
William Boyer is a self-taught artist who uses acrylic paint to make his finger paintings, a style he calls Acrylic Abstract Impressionism.
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Chuck Close
This incredible masterpiece is a portrait of Chuck Close’s grandmother-in-law, made by thousands of fingerprints put on an enormous canvas.
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Iris Scott
Iris Scott hasn’t used a brush since 2009 and makes all of her colorful paintings by using just her fingertips.
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Paolo Troilo
Paolo Troilo is a self-taught artist who started painting in 2005, doing so by dipping his fingers in black and ivory acrylic paint.
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