As part of his retrospective Ain't Painting A Pain at the Orange County Museum of Art in California, contemporary artist Richard Jackson installed a 28-foot-tall Labrador Retriever on the side of the museum building that periodically emits yellow paint upon the building's wall. The 73-year-old artist specializes in the uncomfortable, as his radical works often attempt to rattle human sensibilities. The retrospective, which also features a painting consisting of 5,050 canvases, opened this week and will run through May 5.
1) Get wire mesh, cutting tools and steel wire.
2) Sculpt the bottom torso in the shape of a cylinder.
3) Sculpt the upper torso by wrapping wire mesh around a model.
4) Fasten the two parts together using steel wire.