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The creation process of the mural “Golden Road”

The creation process of the mural “Golden Road”

I started the creation process of the mural on August 1st, under the strong Colorado sun. Painting the Sloan’s lake Mailman Ruben in his truck Native girl discovered Lark Bunting, a State Bird The symbol of the American West, a Cowboy The opening of the Festival. During the process of creation my mural for the fest I met some really nice people and great artists. One of them, Richard Marks, a muralist from Colorado with the mural “Reinvention” Another artist, Caitlyn Shea, came for the festival from New York and created a mural “Hummingbird Starfield” Yulia Avgustinovich and Caitlyn Shea Mural by Jennifer Mosquera The large mural, on a side of Arc store building, was painted by Michael Birdcap Roy. He came to paint his piece from Nashville, Tennessee And the six’s mural, located on the campus of Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design, by Daniel Chavez. _______________ It was a great festival. Six’s great murals are now beautifying the streets of Lakewood. See more pictures of my mural “Golden Road” here> You can read more about my design and West Colfax Mural Fest here> ART BRINGS PEOPLE TOGETHER! Come join me on this journey I respect your...
My Next Great Project!

My Next Great Project!

In the beginning of July, I was chosen by the city of Aurora, Art in Public Places, as an artist to create a street mural on the Clinton street in Aurora, CO. By street, I mean that the mural will be painted directly on the pavement of two city blocks! I’m really excited, I think it will be a great project! This mural, created together with community members and volunteers, will celebrate the arrival of a new development in the Westerly Creek Village neighborhood of NW Aurora. Stanley Marketplace will open in October in a facility that once housed the historic Stanley Aviation business. The main theme of the mural: aviation, is dictated by the location. Stanley Aviation and Old Denver airport were right around the corner. Street view with the mural. Multiple airplanes in flight and taking off symbolize new beginnings and developments in the neighborhood. Cogwheels and propellers, intertwined with flowers are the track of Stanley Aviation past: they were engineering parts for the airplanes. Plants and flowers symbolize growth, renewal and beauty of nature. One of them: Blue Columbine Flower is a state flower of Colorado. Rocky Mountain Ram, state animal, is portrayed walking towards the new Marketplace. Trolley Trailer #610 reminds viewers about the of Aurora’s history. Elements of science, presented as a decorative atom structures, represent Aurora’s connection to science. The mural shares it’s main colors, red, blue and yellow, with the design of Stanley Marketplace. Bright and optimistic color spectrum encourages us to celebrate new beginning and developments in the community. Blue Columbine flower and Rocky Mountain Ram – State flower and State animal of Colorado Trolley Trailer #610, Landmark #24 Aurora History Museum Mural...
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