New York artist Iris Scott paints vivid oil paintings with just her fingertips. And where artists normally mix colors on a palette, Scott takes a different approach altogether instead of making different blends of color from the one she has she purchases every tube of pigment Holbein makes. A hundred plus tubes are at arm’s length as Scott rapidly switches between colors. Having traded in brushes for latex gloves, Iris Scott is history’s first artist to abandon brushes altogether and focus entirely on finger painting – and legitimizing it in the world of fine art.
Here are some artworks created by Iris Scott, you can also check more of her artwork out on her homepage at irisscottfineart.com.
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