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mural using clay plasters and clay paint made from soil collected around Houston TX

 
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I thought this was beautiful.....mud mural at Rice Gallery Looks like it could open all sorts of possibilities for interior/exterior wall art at home

Working day and night with a team of assistants, the Japanese artist, who is known for his “earth paintings” made from locally sourced mud and dirt, spent just under 2 weeks covering the walls and floors of the gallery with soil collected in Houston. “There are so many kinds of soil in Houston and Texas,” says Asai. “Initially I had hoped for 10 different shades, and ended up with 27: the widest spectrum of colors representing a specific place that I have ever used.”







 
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...one more for scale
 
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