Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Bus Shelter Murals, Painting Against Homelessness, Sisyphus Adventure, and More...

A whole bunch of stuff to post --- it's been a while, as I've been working the graveyard shift at the shelter, and making work the rest of the time. Here's a bunch of what's been happening:

First, I finished up a cycle of murals for bus shelters in the North end of Seattle; here's a sampling:

Seattle's redoubtable weekly The Stranger each Autumn gives over an issue to offer for auction donated goods and services to benefit a non-profit social service in our community. This year they chose the organization with whom I am employed, and I thought it only right to throw in; here's the piece:

I've also got a ton of new drawings to post, which will happen soon.

1 comment:

Tracy M said...

Hello. We were the winners of your painting at Strangercrombie last year. I just wanted to say how much I LOVE it. The piece is striking and gorgeous and totally dominates our hallway. It's been almost a year, and I still stop to gaze and ponder almost daily. It just looks fantastic in my house. So thanks for creating and donating such a great painting. (Also, ever since I was a little girl, I've always wanted to TOUCH all the paintings at the museums, especially when the paint is thick and looks ridgy/bumpy. I'm not saying that I do this daily, as I don't want to harm the piece, but I can't promise that I didn't run my fingers along it, when we first hung it up. *smile*)