This summer was the most exciting and challenging couple of months of my career yet. I created my largest mural to date and had my first sculpture install with the city of Lakewood outside of Denver, CO.
Up first, in June I teamed up with Urban Artworks in Seattle to create a team-building mural at the new Lyft driver location off Industrial and Airport road in Seattle. I loved creating a piece where I filled out the lines and the team assisted in filling in the color for the rest of the afternoon.
I loved working with Urban Artworks, I have followed their work the past couple of years and was excited to collaborate.
I made a time-lapse video of the mural we created. The piece is two walls, at the entrance of their building. Each wall was 25 feet long and 11 feet high. We used long and step ladders. I named the piece “Starlit” as the stars above the city reflect actual constellations. I wanted to add them to the city to create a calm and reflective feeling.
Thank you again to Lyft and to Urban Artworks, I would not have been able to complete this project without you!
Welcome to York, Maine settled in 1624 and right on the Atlantic Ocean!
York, Maine is known to be a summer vacation town, just South of Portland, Maine. Took us a day to bike and Ian had some friends that he knew in town. It was a beautiful couple that were musicians and artists who had two young boys. We ended up staying in their barn for a week!
We took the boys out for their first long ride. Actually you could call it a tour, because we spent the night at their grandparents house in the back yard. It was a pretty wild experience teaching the boys how to ride. It wasn’t a simple ride either, a lot if it is what I do while touring. Incredible time!
Above is the barn room that we stayed in. Joyce, the mother and incredible musician was such a fun time to hang out with. A beautiful soul and I feel so wonderful and appreciative that she let me stay with them for the week.
We stayed a night in Portsmouth, New Hampshire as well. We ended up staying with a man, Jeremy that had Ian had already stayed him. Pretty funny, we ran into him on the street. We stayed in his back yard and set up a tent.
We met some friends, went to an art party and then ended up camping on the beach. What an experience as there were trucks that drove through where we were camping in the middle of the night.