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Cantor Fine Art: Please Touch The Art
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Cantor Fine Art: Please Touch The Art

Andrew Myers creates portraits unlike any other. After tightly nailing thousands of screws to a base in a relief pattern similar to that of a 3D raised relief map, he treats the heads of the screws as a canvas using oil paints in combination with the shadows created by the “hills and valleys” of the nail heads to map out his subject’s facial features.” This is how Sara Panagiotopoulou describes Myers work in a Yatzer article on this Cantor Fine Art Documentary. A documentary on the portrait Myers did of the blind George Wurtzel, woodworker and craftsman: Please Touch The Art.