Collaboration with artist Saleam Bey. Funded by Peoplestown Community Safety Partnership.
Commissioned by City of Atlanta Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs.
Stained Glass Window Installation. Inspired by the oral history, "The Days of Wine and Roses," speaking of Hapeville's ongoing growth and economic development.
Commissioned by the City of Hapeville, GA.
Participating artists were asked to create black outlines of artwork that members of the community could color with chalk provided as part of Art on the Beltline. Detail of contribution.
Commissioned by the Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs.
In Progress.... Nearly Complete!
Designed by Fourth graders at Hope Hill Elementary School.
Facilitated by me.
Painted by community.
Funded by the City of Atlanta Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs Neighborhood Arts Grant.
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Community mural for Old Fourth Ward Neighborhood in Atlanta, GA. I am leading the project and worked with fourth graders from Hope Hill Elementary School to brainstorm ideas around COMMUNITY. I took something from each of their drawings to create a "wallpaper" design to be painted by the community in a "paint by number" method.
Funding for this project provided by the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs Neighborhood Arts Grant.
The City of Decatur let artists liven up its electrical boxes around town thanks to an initiative led by artist Larry Holland. This is my contribution. Located near Decatur High School on the corner of W Howard Avenue and Commerce Drive.
As a resident artist with Little Five Arts Alive I worked with community members and passersby in Little Five Points to create spontaneous sculpture from upcycled materials. This was an attempt to make a canopy for some shade from old blinds, records and mesh screens.
Spontaneous Sculpture from upcycled objects in Little Five Points, Atlanta.
Spontaneously sculpted tree ornaments.
Fred had fun painting a chandelier.
Taking a break from shopping to make some art and make new friends.
Sculptures and signage for one of the planter spaces.
She walked up and declared, "I want to make a peace sign!" So we made one with painted plastic blinds, garden hose and zip ties.
Art programming at the Women's Transitional Center at the First Presbyterian Church in Midtown.
A day in the work at City of Refuge, through Georgia Lawyers for the Arts' "Artists Making a Difference" program.