In Brief

2-ply paper towels were used as blank canvases for a new kind of oil painting.

Proving to people everywhere that artistic talent has no age restriction, 72-year-old Ken Delmar showcased his first collection of oil masterpieces in Manhattan. What is unique about this art exhibit is not the artwork itself, but rather the medium the artwork is painted on – the artist replaced traditional canvases and linens with a roll of Bounty paper towels.

Delmar found that colors jumped to life when applied onto paper towels, displaying more vibrance and boldness. He says the colors got “really snappy.”

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