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Ronald McDonald House Chicago Donor Wall: Crayon Resin

Artists are just children who refuse to put down their crayons.  ~Al Hirschfeld

80 unique doors will be showcased on two gallery walls in the main public area of the Ronald McDonald House being built in the heart of downtown Chicago near Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital. The doors are meant to symbolize the philosophy that ” The doors of Ronald McDonald House are always open for you.”  To learn more click on the following links:

Materials used: 

    • Multiple layers of casted epoxy resin
    • Handmade plywood box to contain poured resin
    • Crayola crayons
    • Color acrylic colors for door overlay

Multiple layers of resin were poured in 1/4 inch layers to encapsulate door drawing and crayons.

Laser cut clear and color acrylic are pieced together and assembled on top of cured resin.

Color acrylic is cleaned and prepared for assembly.

Acrylic and resin is carefully drilled and anchored to the wood base with screws.


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