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Art Show: Toys

A Street

by Noelle Hunt

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Art: A Street by Artist Noelle Hunt
Sweet Street was inspired by the Jun Planning Pullip Dolls “Street” doll. I was trying to capture the urban feeling of the doll. MY process for these paintings is fairly simple. I own the dolls so I pose them and photograph them. After they are photographed I take the image into Photoshop and adjust the colours and cropping till I reach the desired effect. I then print out a copy of the image and use it as my model for the paintings.

Another Big Eyed piece from Internationally selling Canadian artist Noelle Hunt. Ms. Hunt's studio is filled with collectible pieces of vintage kitsch, which inspire her work. Her pieces have been featured in magazines and celebrity homes

One reviewer wrote, "Ms. Hunt's style can best be described as, nouveau retro." I am inspired by all things kitsch: pin up girls, big-eyed children, pity puppies and TIKI bars. These vintage things inspire my work, go through my mental filter and emerge, reshaped in a modern style. It reflects not only my inspiration but also my personality...delightfully unpretentious.


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Detail Image for art A Street

Detail Image for art A Street

Detail Image for art A Street

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