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(197)Louise D'Amico - Airplane Shapes
My art work is from Newnes’ Pictorial Knowledge Encyclopedia Volume 9 The importance of Shape. My art work is inspired by shapes and wings. I have done a picture of an airplane. I live near Melbourne airport and before Covid-19 I would be able to see airline in the sky but now I can hardly see any due to covid-19. The medium I have used for the airplane is Screen printing, with Acrylic paint and distress Ink.
My Name is Louise D’Amico. I am an artist with intellectual disability. I live in Melbourne Australia. I enjoy visual arts and printmaking, and card making along with photography.
My favourite mediums to use when doing art are printmaking and acrylic paint. I attend an art group called Make a Day Art and Art for All Abilities. These groups are run for artists with a disability by Sheena Mathieson. It gives me an opportunity to make art and see art. In art class we do a wide range of artwork including printmaking, painting, colour and 3D. I enjoy still being able to do art during Covid-19 on Zoom. When I am not at art class, I am always putting creativity into my projects in my own time at home. My passion is to share my creativity with others who are like minded.
Link to Louise’s Art Aviso profile HERE
Louise was provided with the following page from Newnes’ Pictorial Knowledge Encyclopedia:
Questions and Answers on things that interest your and me.
The importance of Shape