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sonialeticia:

Wow! So I’ve basically been away from most social media for the entirety of the summer. If I’ve been posting, it’s tiny bits, or I was representing an organization.
I’m trying to catch up with myself, and also recap what I’ve done with my life the past several months.
The most important,…

A great recounting of Project Street Art: Part I (eagle-eyed followers will remember my Yard of Ale mural panel from this event) by one of the people who brought both phases of Project Street Art, and the 11 new murals around the area, into existence from first brainstorm to final event! Get a behind-the-scenes look into Sonia’s part in making all this happen, and stay tuned for her second installment, about her experience with Project Street Art: Part II!

The third local animal featured on my 190 foot mural wall is the turkey vulture. They’re considered less glamorous than our growing bald eagle population, but you’re more likely to spot a turkey vulture around here. Thanks to the excellent work dancingvulturedesigns did painting this, the next time a turkey vulture flies overhead you should be able to identify it by its coloring and proportions!

The third local animal featured on my 190 foot mural wall is the turkey vulture. They’re considered less glamorous than our growing bald eagle population, but you’re more likely to spot a turkey vulture around here. Thanks to the excellent work dancingvulturedesigns did painting this, the next time a turkey vulture flies overhead you should be able to identify it by its coloring and proportions!

The second local animal featured on my 190 foot long mural wall is the white tailed deer. They’re cool to spot on a walk, but are the scourge of drivers and gardeners.

The second local animal featured on my 190 foot long mural wall is the white tailed deer. They’re cool to spot on a walk, but are the scourge of drivers and gardeners.

The first local animal featured on my 190 foot long mural wall is the black bear. The Poconos, where this mural and I live, have an average of one black bear per every square mile!

The first local animal featured on my 190 foot long mural wall is the black bear. The Poconos, where this mural and I live, have an average of one black bear per every square mile!

Let’s take a breather from the Traveler series I’ve been posting on Watercolor Wednesdays with a greyscale study of my character Echo.

Let’s take a breather from the Traveler series I’ve been posting on Watercolor Wednesdays with a greyscale study of my character Echo.

projectstreetartblog:

Project Street Art was a huge success! We will be slowly updating with images from our Live Painting Event and as our Art Map App develops! Follow our Facebook too! www.facebook.com/projectstreetart
Here is our local mag LocalFlair showing off one of the murals from the project! This one was by the Chroma Dolls!

Another of the 10 local murals painted and put up in Stroudsburg & East Stroudsburg during September was recently featured on the cover of Local Flair magazine! The Chroma Dolls are hardcore Philadelphian muralists and their participation taught us a thing or two for next time.

projectstreetartblog:

Project Street Art was a huge success! We will be slowly updating with images from our Live Painting Event and as our Art Map App develops! Follow our Facebook too! www.facebook.com/projectstreetart

Here is our local mag LocalFlair showing off one of the murals from the project! This one was by the Chroma Dolls!

Another of the 10 local murals painted and put up in Stroudsburg & East Stroudsburg during September was recently featured on the cover of Local Flair magazine! The Chroma Dolls are hardcore Philadelphian muralists and their participation taught us a thing or two for next time.

Juggernaut String Band toured the Project Street Art event as a three-piece band until Location #9, where all four bandmates reunited for a rendition of Bei Mir Bist Du Shein. Filmed by fellow band and friends Woodrow and Brian Bramkamp.

Photographer Vinzon Lee captured the only photo of my entire mural wall without using panorama!

Photographer Vinzon Lee captured the only photo of my entire mural wall without using panorama!

kineticnovels:

It’s train time! This is an excerpt of the third step from my developing the Juggernaut String Band POWER FOLK album cover. The full inks, including the rest of the track and other train cars (as shown in the pencils) are hanging right now in my featured artist gallery show.

There are 7 different kinds of instruments hidden in this train engine. Can you find them all?

kineticnovels:

It’s train time! This is an excerpt of the third step from my developing the Juggernaut String Band POWER FOLK album cover. The full inks, including the rest of the track and other train cars (as shown in the pencils) are hanging right now in my featured artist gallery show.

There are 7 different kinds of instruments hidden in this train engine. Can you find them all?

Here it is… the first photo of my finished mural wall posted on the ol’ art blog/living portfolio! My 190 foot monster wall is so long that I’ll be posting photos of the individual animals in the future so you can appreciate the detail!

Here it is… the first photo of my finished mural wall posted on the ol’ art blog/living portfolio! My 190 foot monster wall is so long that I’ll be posting photos of the individual animals in the future so you can appreciate the detail!