“Instead of a drab cinderblock wall, the first and last image that youth confined to the Dane County juvenile detention center, located in the City-County Building, now see on their way to and from court is a large mural meant to communicate tranquility and mindfulness.”
I was invited to paint a mural with teens at the Juvenile Detention Center in Madison, Wisconsin. Most of the youth there are awaiting their court date, so it can be a pretty intense atmosphere, which is why the Making Justice Program started connecting artists with teens to brighten the space
Audifax pieces will be up until June, and all are for sale. I’m always excited to connect with a space that can accommodate one of my big paintings, and for the first time you can view the 5’ x 6’ “Esencia” in person.
BBQ Burners was even more incredible than anticipated. With this being the first event of it's kind to sweep the streets of Madison, you'd expect a hiccup or two, but everything flowed smoothly as business owners, artists and spectators alike enjoyed the experience.