Category Archives: public art

Do You Have Any White Paint? (the belt)

This week I have been downtown this week painting for Elevate 2017. Every day many people make comments or say things that make me laugh. Some say things that make me scratch my head and wonder what they meant. Some … Continue reading

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Coca-Cola Bottle (a bubbling’ bottle of good times)

Hi again. I was lucky enough to be asked to paint a Coca-Cola bottle for the World of Coke Museum’s Pop Culture Gallery. I felt luckier than a $2 bill … or is it a $3 bill? Anyway, I am pretty dang happy … Continue reading

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Paint Love Artist Challenge (face paint makes all the difference)

Last night I completed in a 3 (THREE) hour  painting competition. I was supported by my biggest fan. Actually I have a bigger fan but I left it home in the garage – too big to bring it to town. Thanks to … Continue reading

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BlackCatTips Xerox Poster (cheers to you)

I had a conference call with folks up in Rochester, New York at the Xerox offices. I started off the call by telling them about all the field mice and rats that run around behind our new place in the … Continue reading

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A Bicycle (with no moving parts)

I painted a bike rack for the City of Atlanta Public Art Program. The bike rack is metal and someone with good skills welded it all together. I painted it with One-Shot lettering enamel. I wore a mask and gloves … Continue reading

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Happy Art Makes More Happy (listen to donna)

Donna Rosser approached me a year or two ago for an interview. She had seen some of my art along the highways and in the woods in Fayette County. She is a photographer and writer for several publications. I met … Continue reading

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