With a personally scavenged molted horseshoe crab shell, I divided the two elements, using the back of the larger element as the moon, and by combining the smaller portion as the face, I created the "Man in the Moon"
The "Moon" had been filled with epoxy resin and "pitted" to create the craters.
The "Moon" and the "Face" had been painted with an overall silver enamel.
The facial features were then painted.
The "Man in the Moon" was then firmly affixed to wood background, that had been painted. And then stars were scratched into the paint .
The piece was then set into a felt backed frame.,
March 6th, 2012
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