Actually jumped from 63rd to 65th painitng session because I forgot to take pictures when I was at the Community Center on Monday.
So all three of us were working on the mural today, although Christine had to leave at 1:00 for work, and Dawn and I were gone from 2:00-3:15 for a monthly meeting at the Artists Guild Gallery where we are memeber/partners. But we got a lot of good time in today on the panels, putting us nearer to the end game.
Christine worked on several schools of fish which tied in several sections rather nicely, and softened the large expanse of her manatees. It was great having her back working with us. However Dawn and I worked right up to the last minute and in our haste I didn't get a photo of Christine's accomplishments for the day. Sorry Christine, I'll post them on Monday night.
Dawn worked today on creepy-crawly critters on Panel #5, and some pretty shells.
|Dawn Maill painting in details on Panel #5|
|Detail of Dawn Mill's Panel #5, Beachside - New crabs, shells, birds|
|Detail of Dawn's crab and conch shell|
|Detail of Dawn's carb and snake|
Sam Wolfe, a staff photographer from the Press Journal stopped by in the morning to take photos of the mural, perhaps to be a feature story in the near future. He was very impressed with the size and quality of the mural. We had a nice chat while he was there.
|Sam Wolfe from the Press Journal took pictures today for a feature article|
|Detail of Judy Burgarella's Panel #1, Downtown Vero Beach.|
|Panel #2, deer in the distance|
|Judy Burgarella's Woodstork on Panel #2|
Well, that's all for now folks, it's already Monday (12:45 am) and I'll be hopefully posting again tonight after another day's painting session with Christine and Dawn, so check back tomorrow night.
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