see my Pinterest board for some crafty ideas), or flowers and wallets that people make out of duct tape. Tape art is very different than that.
Over the summer I visited the Provo Library for an author event. After the event was over, I stopped into the Anderson Gallery that the library has on the second floor. I was intrigued by the tape art (tape-ography) displayed that was created by Chad Farnes.
Chad creates his mosaic art by cutting small pieces of colored tape and layering them together to create a beautiful picture. He has a quite a few animal prints, but he also does landscapes, cityscapes, places, and is doing a series of the national parks.
His art of the Cathedral of the Madeleine in Salt Lake City is amazing. The building in person is beautiful and his tape art is a wonderful example of the different hues of tape and the intricate work it takes to make one of his pieces of artwork.
A close up view of the window lets you see better how small some of the tape pieces are. It's amazing to me how well the different pieces of tape go together to create a fascinating piece of artwork.
Ezetary Art. You can even buy your own piece of his art - he has an amazing selection of national park scenes, wildlife animals and flowers, and even a Star Wars print.
I hope that you have enjoyed a look at a new form of artwork and it inspires you to create something interesting of your own. I would love to see any tape art that you create. You can share on my Facebook page.