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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...
Ground Mural Painting in Mountair Park

Ground Mural Painting in Mountair Park

My second ground mural painting for Lakewood’s 40 West Art Line. The mural is painted right next to the children’s playground and baseball field in Mountair Park. The mural is called “Blooming city”. The mural design was inspired by the agricultural history of Lakewood and the urban farm that is also in Mountair Park. The flowers and plants represent the growth and new beginnings that are happening in the city. To see the design for both murals please visit this post >   My first mural for the 40 West Artline “Movement” is painted on the sidewalk of 17th Street, between Pierce and Reed streets also in Lakewood, CO.  To see pictures of it please visit my previous blog post > _____________ Lakewood, CO /...
Farmers Market Mural Painting

Farmers Market Mural Painting

The mural was painted for the 40 West Farmers Market. The size is 20′ X 7′.  The new market opened in the summer of 2016. Their big blue metal shipping container needed some art for the promotion of the market and to beautify the Lamar Plaza, where it is located, on West Colfax Avenue in Lakewood, CO The goal for the design of the mural was to acquaint the viewer with the history of Lakewood’s agriculture. It shows what fruits and vegetables grow here and what they can anticipate getting at the farmers market. Due to the prominent relief of the container, I decided to keep the design simple, with bold elements and without too many intricate lines and details. Fields with pasturing cows, a wind mill, farm houses and buildings, fruit trees – all this used to be the main part of a landscape of Lakewood, just about 50 years ago.   Nick Angelo painting the columbine flowers.   Watermelons, peaches, chili peppers, and tomatoes are some of the most popular vegetables and fruits that are grown here, in Colorado today. The Farmers market mural painting process. Blue Columbine Flowers The mural was created in May 2017. Materials: Metal Primer, Acrylic Exterior Paint, and Protective clear coat. _____________________ To see the project page, please click...
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...
My new project for the West Colfax Mural Fest

My new project for the West Colfax Mural Fest

I’ll be creating a mural for the 2nd annual West Colfax Mural Fest in Lakewood, Colorado. It’s exciting for me to create art being so close to home, for my community, for my town! Because I just moved here, It’s especially exciting for me to meet the art community of my neighborhood, get to know 40 West Arts, the organizers of this Festival. A design for this mural project called “Life at West Colfax” West Colfax Mural Fest will be open on Saturday, August 20th, 2016 from 11am-7pm. It will feature juried artists from across the country who will create an outdoor art gallery of seven murals. It’ll be a one-day celebration of art, music, food, and creative activities for the whole family. ____________ Originally I created a design for this mural fest for the large mural, on the west-facing wall of the ARC Thrift Store along Pierce Street in Lakewood, CO.   But after the review, a mural fest commission chose somebody’s else sketch for the main mural. Because they liked my design I was asked to change the sketch for the smaller mural, size 15’x10′ that will be located nearby. So I’m still happy to be a part of  West Colfax Mural Fest and to create art for my community! ______________ The process of creation will start in the beginning of August 2016. Come back in a month for the...
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