Today all three of us were once again together working on the mural, and although it was a short day we managed to get some serious work done. Our day was shortened to 2:00 pm because the Florida Room was reserved. So we worked straight through lunch to conserve what working time we had. It was very pleasant though, and I missed that interaction this past month and a half during my absence from the mural. The day flew by, interrupted with conversations about family anecdotes and drama, trouble, chuckles and discussions about the mural. Problem areas are now almost resolved, and the rest will be the icing on the cake.
Below is Dawn painting fish in the mangroves of the Indian River Lagoon.
|Dawn Mill painting fish in the mangroves|
|"Mr. Crab" by Dawn Mill|
Dawn did an outstanding job on the backs of buildings on Ocean Drive, and this particular detail is of the Driftwood Resort, a very popular place built mostly of driftwood and found objects d'ocean. An ecclectic-lover's dream! The resort's restaurant, "Waldo's," is a treasured taste of old Florida that tourists and natives alike enjoy--music, food, cocktails, entertainment--and all with one of the best views of the ocean.
|Dawn Mill's painting of the Driftwood and Waldo's patio|
|Penical tri-fecta! By Dawn Mill|
|Dawn Mill's pelican in Panel #5|
|Detail of Panel #4|
Christine painted in some fish schools and worked on some unfinished elements, in addition to the diver below.
|Christine Thomas working on her diver|
|Christine Thomas's diver in panel #4|
|Judy Burgarella touching up panel #1|
|Oranges and orange blossoms together on a tree in Panel #1|
All three of us plan to be at the mural on Monday, so check back onto this site for more progress after that.
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