It’s been about a month since the local teens and I finished the mural for the Chilton Public Library, so it’s about time I release a video showcasing all of our hard work. Enjoy!
This mural was created for the Chiltion Public Library’s summer reading program- intended to not only spark wonder in those passing by, but also bring the community together by inviting teens to assist in it’s creation.
Come watch me in action Saturday, August 24th, 2019 in Wisconsin’s largest street art fest!
My week back to in the states, I guided workshops for the Making Justice program where we were joined by members of the Mandela Washington Fellowship. A 12 year old girl made a beautiful tree and shared with us it's meaning: "Like people, the roots have to be strong for the trunk to be strong.”
Check out Balance in this month’s issue of Pretty Vacant Magazine from Milan, Italy.
High school age teens interested in art are invited to help me paint a mural for the Chilton Library Summer Reading program. The theme is “Be Anything” Next meeting - Saturday July 20th!