Shalom Farms with Art on Wheels!

Kevin drew the designs and then volunteers at Altria painted the murals. Today was installation day! We drove the giant Art on Wheels van through a rain cloud to get the Shalom Farms as the sun came out. I didn’t see Dominic, my fellow Richmond Food Co-op member/owner, but I’m glad we got to fancy up his farm! I got to climb on big ladders and roofs and use power tools so, all in all, great day, and on top of that the murals look awesome!!!

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paintings on tarps on mud puddles

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decision time!

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you want these where??? πŸ˜‰

 

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finished the first side

view from the roof

view from the roof

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and from the ground, below are details of the five panels with sweet taters.

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inside the other pavilion

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And this one is going in the the office!

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