A bored teenager and a can of spray paint is usually a recipe for disaster, but for 19-year-old Chloe Daniell it has led to her first public display of artworks.
Just half a year ago Chloe tried her hand at spray paint art and now the budding young artist has made a wealth of works that are out of this world.
Focussing on a planetary theme, the paintings are handmade using a variety of materials including spray paint, plastic bags, paper, sponges and brushes.
The display can be seen at the Maryborough Resource Centre, with Chloe even hoping to sell a portion of her art.
The former MEC student said the inspiration to start painting came from “boredom” and a few DIY videos and months later, the display was created.
“I was bored one weekend and I just thought I’d do something nice,” she said.
To check out the works, head to the Maryborough Resource Centre or for more information email Chloedaniellart@gmail.com.
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