The "Artist's Shoes" was a research project in my Colour Theory course. An Artist was to be researched and a shoe was to be choosen that best represents the artist, and to be painted on to best reflect the particular artist style. My artist choosen was Georgia O'keeffe. I represented her style of charcoal abstract to the back of my shoe; to the middle, I represented her paintings of enlarged blossoms; and to the front of my shoe, I represented her tall buildings showing perspective which were done usuallly with a night background.
I then presented my shoes on sand with stones and wood, because it represents where Georgia spent the last years of her life, her favourite place, which gave her a lot of inspiration for many of her paintings , "Ghost Ranch" in Santa Fe, New Mexico.