Yesterday I had the honor of painting the iconic vintage greyhound-turned-dining room of Country’s BBQ on Broadway. I am so excited that people will see a little something of mine everyday! And if it was done well enough, they may not even realize it as they will think it was there the whole time.
I mean, how many artists can say they got to paint on a 1947 silverside greyhound bus? That people eat in? See more pictures here.
My test prints came in a day early and they are perfection! I have decided on a printer! Look out for more info coming soon on how you may own a piece of my artwork.
Just wanted to update you guys… I have lot’s of pending excitement!
- Prints! Test prints are being delivered on Wednesday, and then I will be able to say whether or not prints are a go! *crosses fingers*
- I have applied for Zoo Atlanta’s Art Gone Wild event. I won’t know until April 14th if I was one of the artists accepted. *crosses toes*
- I have also applied for acceptance into a gallery in Uptown Columbus. I have no idea what the timeframe is on a response to that. *pretzels body*
Since I am totally obsessed with Doctor Who, I couldn’t turn down the opportunity to make this skirt happen. A group of us were planning on going to see Grease at the Springer Opera House and we turned it into a costumed event. I painted K9 on my skirt. Get it?! Ahhh I can’t stop laughing at this!
Week 2 roundup! Lesson learned this week: Make time for your art. I think this project is teaching me about time management more than art! Although all this practice is making me faster, I believe.
Day 8 – Full Moon Party
Day 9 – St Patrick’s Day on Broadway (SOLD)
Day 10 – 18th Amendment (drew on the back of a receipt at my friend’s birthday party so I wouldn’t miss my day!)
Day 11 – Country’s BBQ Trailer
Day 12 – Telescope Girl at the Creative Discovery Museum (Chattanooga)
Day 13 – Go Big or Go Home Cosplay – Death Knight Sword
Day 14 – First Presbyterian Church