It was once believed that “the dark side of the moon” was referring to the side opposite Earth being dark because it was never lit by the sun. This is not true, of course, we've know this for a while now. The phrase “dark side of the moon" refers to the opposite side of the moon because until we were able to explore space, we could only ever observe the moon from the side that faces the Earth in it’s orbit. The use of the word “dark” is meant as the unknown, mysterious.
In this challenge, the artists explore the dark side of their moon.
Mediums This Week:
Interior/Exterior Latex Paint
Various Putty Knives, Wooden Tools
All artwork created over each art night will be featured in a public exhibit where everything will all be up for grabs for as little as $4 in an easy, interactive bidding system I've created, making the art accessible to everyone. Even if you only have one $4 bid, you may still go home with a piece of art!
All money raised is going to help Tree Canada reach their 10,000 tree challenge goal. You can read more about that on their website by clicking the image below.
The exhibit will take place in May 2018.