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Salvageable Sections (a resting place returns home)

In 2013 I painted The Resting Place, a project with Molly Rose Freeman for the Atlanta Beltline. The outdoor room we built was temporary and lived several lives after the BeltLine installation. Recently it was returned to me, but in … Continue reading

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Death of the Sea Beast (on a spring afternoon)

Death of the Sea Beast. Today a mural I painted was torn down. I painted it almost 2 years ago. It lived its life. We all have a birth and death date — a start and finish line. We all have chances … Continue reading

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Morning Interview (hot tea with honey)

I had an audio interview this morning with Jim and a long pointy microphone. He is making a “Walking the Atlanta BeltLine” audio tour app. The name of the app is BeltTour. We told stories about The Atlanta BeltLine and … Continue reading

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ParkLife Music Festival Atlanta (LUNATICK)

Yesterday I painted at ParkLife Music Festival in Atlanta. I painted a 20 foot long panel behind the stage. I was behind the stage and near the grilled cheese truck. The LUNATICK was on the grass but now he is … Continue reading

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A Man in the Sun (art on the 45)

A man in the sun. A man without any one. A man with a prayer— untucked shirt tales in hand. He can’t really understand. A man in the corner*— setting  sun reflects off the wall so warm. The chord of C … Continue reading

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MODA Atlanta (design for healthy living)

1.Last night I was invited to talk at the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) to discuss public art and how to relates to Design for Healthy Living. 2. I was pretty worked up before hand. 3. Wore my new hat … Continue reading

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Atlanta BeltLine Mural (2014 – year of the sea beast)

I finished up the mural yesterday — the metal building in the August heat mural about an undersea world with crabs, fish, mermaids, sea beasts and bear sea anemones. I wanted you to know where the BeltLine Bears came from … Continue reading

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A New Wall To Paint (a new wall to prepare)

All projects take a bit of prep work — even if it is just mental. This job is taking some hands-on sweaty August glove-wearing work. Trees and weeds cut down and a big power sprayer rolled out on location. I … Continue reading

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A Resting Place – Atlanta BeltLine 2013

This week I finished painting my new art installation for Art on the BeltLine 2013. This year I painted with artist Molly Rose Freeman. Together we painted a structure we titled – A Resting Place. Thanks to Jay Wilson who built … Continue reading

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Painting Under A Bridge

Things I have noticed while hanging out under a bridge in Inman Park for week. 1. There are less pigeons flying around in December than October. 2. When the humidity reaches 90% go home. 3. The most common phrase people … Continue reading

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