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Mural in Hutchinson, KS

I was back in my hometown of Hutchinson, KS this past month to sling some paint around. Saw good friends that I hadn't seen in a while, snagged some great records on the cheap, and got to lay down this mural in a prime location of downtown. Real good trip indeed. Big big thanks go out to Jennifer Randall who set this whole thing up, and has been doing wonders for bringing life back to downtown Hutchinson. 



Photo by Jennifer Randall

End of the first day. 

Funny chance event that my good friend Pat Calvillo just happened to be back in Hutch at the same time, and was game to lay some color down. He truly saved the day. 



Very good friend of mine, Santalena, helped me out a lot by letting me utilize her Zumba studio just down the block to get out of the sun and get hydrated. Here she is with her wonderful son, Drazan, putting some finishing touches on. 



Photo by Kristen Garlow Piper

I was hounding Pat about getting his game tight. I mean look at this, the Pattilac tag is just waiting for him to claim it. 

This is the waterpark adjacent to the mural. I would fill up the waterbuckets here each morning. The mural is about 50 feet to the left. Kids would go crazy over here from sunup to sundown. 

From all the way across the park. Main St. & Ave. A Hutchinson, KS. 

Figure done. One more half day getting those waves crisp. 









One Spark: See SAW

Went down to Jacksonville last month to work on a mural as part of the One Spark crowdsourcing event. Matt Hebermehl set the whole thing up to raise some awareness and funds for SeeSAW. The weather was having some erratic behavior, but we found enough pockets of sun to get the thing done. Everybody there was really great to us. I look forward to doing some more in Jacksonville. 























We got the cover and a write up in Connect for our ventures during the Miami Art Fairs.


Check the article here.


To top it all off, Matt and I made the next issue's cover too. Each with our own mini-covers to speak for this time though. That's mine third in from the left and second row from the bottom, the girl on the bike with a paintbrush. Matt's is the Before I Die chalkboard third down from the top on the left.