A BRIEF ARCHIVE OF RECENT AND PAST MURAL WORKS
RINO ARTS FEST 2019
RINO Arts Fest was the second annual mural festival at Urban Cyclists in Denver, Co.
FAR OUT FACTORY
Two Parts Co. took over an old factory building to create a truly radical experience inspired by Colorado cannabis. Completed a painted a 12ft mural and a 4 part exhibition unit inspired by the experience of “fantastic confusion”.
BIRDSEED DUMPSTERS 2018
Dumpsters at the Columbine Homes in the Valverde neighborhood in Southwest Denver. The Birdseed Dumpster Project is a community beautification project funded by a Denver Arts & Venues - Create Denver - PS You Are Here grant.
This mural was commissioned to be specifically about the changing Five Points neighborhood in Denver, Co. This piece sends a much more broad message to take time to gain information about the places we go. How without realizing it, we transition from one previously red lined neighborhood to the next. It is a mural about how people travel, people stay, people offer their flavor while accepting new flavors, some resist change, some are absent minded and contribute nothing. Regardless of when we land, these places we go have a historical context that we should all seek out. The places we go have a historical context that exists and influences our everyday lives. Bottom line, place matters.
RINO ARTS FEST
The first ever RiNo Arts Festival hosted by Urban Cyclists in Denver, Co. along with 18 street artists murals were created in celebration of the upcoming mural season, great art, and great food. Created 2 murals for the event in collaboration with Robyn Frances.
WAY OUT WINTER
A holiday mural inspired by the traditional" “winter wonderland”. Located at Rackhouse Pub. Commissioned for a winter holiday party.