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New Cut Road Mural is a 150 foot long by 12 foot high mural that was completed on September 23, 2017, and dedicated October 7, 2017. It was funded in partnership with  District 13 Councilwoman Vicki Welch, and Center for Neighborhoods PAINT Project. The landmarks represented in the mural are (left to right) The Little Loomhouse, Jefferson Memorial Forest, The Kenwood Drive-In, The Fenley Home, The Colonial Gardens, The Pony Haven and Buffalo Farm, Iroquois Ampitheater, and Devil's Backbone. All neighborhoods of district 13 are represented on the Northern and Southern sides of the arches.  This mural is located at 5710 New Cut Road in Louisville, KY.

The BANA Mural is a 174 foot long by 14 foot high mural that was created in partnership with the Bon Air Neighborhood Association, and Councilman Brent Ackerson. It was completed  on September 23, 2014, and dedicated September 26, 2014. The mural depicts the evolution of transportation in Louisville, KY,and features some of the area's landmarks such as the Farmington Historic home, and the Bashford Manor. Abraham Lincoln was recorded to have visited both places as a young man. The mural also celebrates the long history of horse culture in Kentucky. This mural is located on the underpass of I 264, and Bardstown road in Louisville, KY

This mural was in partnership with Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, or KMAC. I was a resident artist working with 75 3rd graders. The goal was to create a mural that would capture the spirit of the school, so I chose their motto, "Be passionate, Be engaged. Be the best version of yourself." I had a week to complete it, and organize the classes each day in painting the wall. every child had a chance to make their mark on the wall. 

Gallopalooza Horse 2015

Copper leaf applied to fiberglass

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