Last Thursday I participated in the Reimagine 13th Street event with several other artists, vendors, and food trucks. This event is “to help residents “reimagine” what the corridor could look like with fewer, slower traffic lanes, on-street parking and revived businesses along the route.” (Read more here).
In addition to setting up some artwork and jewelry to sell, I also helped Midtown Columbus prepare for the celebration by painting the windows of the mostly empty center to give people an idea of what could be there.
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.
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