Artist Alice Pasquini Creates Amazing Depictions of Innocent Women

By: Sarah St.Jules - Published: Aug 1, 2013 • References: facebook & streetartutopia
When one thinks about the images portrayed by street art, rarely does one think of the feminine, gentle depictions like the ones that Alice Pasquini creates.

Her collection was done in conjunction with the Street Art Festival that was recently held in London. Pasquini made massive pieces that showcase a variety of stunning females, all done in an exquisite color palette. Her technical ability is demonstrated in her use of mediums, and her ability to paint anywhere. Pasquini used an old boat, a cement building and a brick wall as her canvases. The most interesting facet of her designs is her ability to tone down her street art, and to evoke a serene and peaceful feeling in her work. Alice Pasquini was able to create intricate pieces of street art and make it accessible for everyone. Stats for Colorful Feminized Street Art Trending: Older & Chilly
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