Today was fun and productive, and although I had not planned to do anything additional other than tweaking the Hispanic mom and child's face, I ended up painting a monarch butterfly. Dawn tweaked most of the day, although I think she painted in a few things after I left at 2:00. Christine painted in a beautiful sailfish, which is pictured below.
|Christine Thomas' Sailfish on Panel #6|
|Sailfish picture under the rising sun|
|Picture of our workspace, with all panels up to be tweaked|
|Dawn finished up this section of Panel #4|
Below Dawn worked on improving the transition between Panel #4 and Panel #5, where she felt that the dividing line was too strong. Looks good now!
|Transition from Panel #4 to Panel #5|
I was able to get a good photo of Dolce, a pretty little Hispanic girl who works where I teach art. It really helped to have an image to work off of.
|Hispanic mom and little girl on Panel #1|
|Little Hispanic girl on Panel #1|
Well, that's all for now folks. I may not work on the panels again until they are installed. We agreed that we can always do a little more light tweaking on a ladder. Unless of course they need my help for something before installation. So that's it until I get some images from the Dawn and Christine, who still have a little more work to do. I will keep this blog alive through the launch in the fall, and keep you posted on any relevant happenings with this mural.
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