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Fence Design Creation Process

Fence Design Creation Process

Fence design for the chain link fence was created in July 2018. It is a project for the 40 West Artlink in Lakewood, Co. To see the pictures of finished fence art please visit the page of this project > These decorations were created using vinyl privacy tape of different colors. Product created specialy for weaving into chain link fence. The design of the fence is featuring phrase “Today is the day” in both English and Spanish languages. The fence is located in the middle of mostly hyspanic neighborhood, near Lamar lightrail station, on Lamar street, Lakewood, CO. At first the red background was woven. White letters were woven over the red background. This fence decor is a part of the Art line. This creative route connects art galleries, public art instalations, parks with sculptures and murals. Lakewood / 2018 ART BRINGS PEOPLE TOGETHER! Come join me on this journey I respect your...
Two weekends of painting a mural on a street in Aurora, CO

Two weekends of painting a mural on a street in Aurora, CO

First street mural in Aurora, CO was painted directly on the pavement of Clinton street, between Montview Blvd and E 23rd Ave. It was painted during two amazing weekends with the help of 350 volunteers from the surrounding communities. One of the biggest murals in Colorado came to life thanks to the commitment and diligent work of very many people. Aurora TV provided a drone to capture the process of the creation of the mural. People from all walks of  life had a lot of fun painting mural in their community! All volunteers worked with amazing dedication and did a fantastic job painting all the details and swirly lines! Huge smiles didn’t leave people’s faces while painting. “Denver muralist Yulia Avgustinovich created the whimsical design concept that unites Stanley’s prior historical operations as an ejection-seat manufacturer with Aurora and Colorado history and the growth and redevelopment happening in the area today,” says Aurora spokeswoman Julie Patterson.   This project received a lot of media coverage. You can see all the news videos, articles and posts here>                           A massive mural woke up a two-block stretch in front of the Stanley Marketplace just in time for the CherryArts Festival, September 16, 2016.  The project in numbers: It took 35o volunteers, 360 pairs of gloves, more than 200 paintbrushes, 60 rollers and 180 gallons of paint to complete the mural. My amazing team: Peg Alt, Nick Angelo and his mom Ann Angelo and two hardworking and talented volunteers from the city of Aurora! Huge THANKS to everybody who participated in this immense project! ...
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