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Hand-painted, site-integrated mural, completed by identifying different viewpoints in the building around which to structure my murals and design them as large volumes of color, light and geometric forms that purposefully interact with the building’s architecture. Some of the imagery is based on abstracted images drawn from his photographs of the old Roosevelt Community Center. The rich colors, lines and forms in these murals flow up the stairway and wrap around corners, providing interplay with the archtectural lines and fields of light.

Shapeshifter 1
       
     
Shapeshifter 1

Hand-painted, site-integrated mural, completed by identifying different viewpoints in the building around which to structure my murals and design them as large volumes of color, light and geometric forms that purposefully interact with the building’s architecture. Some of the imagery is based on abstracted images drawn from his photographs of the old Roosevelt Community Center. The rich colors, lines and forms in these murals flow up the stairway and wrap around corners, providing interplay with the archtectural lines and fields of light.

Shapeshifter 1
       
     
Shapeshifter 1

Hand-painted, site-integrated mural, completed by identifying different viewpoints in the building around which to structure my murals and design them as large volumes of color, light and geometric forms that purposefully interact with the building’s architecture. Some of the imagery is based on abstracted images drawn from his photographs of the old Roosevelt Community Center. The rich colors, lines and forms in these murals flow up the stairway and wrap around corners, providing interplay with the archtectural lines and fields of light.

Shapeshifter 1
       
     
Shapeshifter 1

Hand-painted, site-integrated mural, completed by identifying different viewpoints in the building around which to structure my murals and design them as large volumes of color, light and geometric forms that purposefully interact with the building’s architecture. Some of the imagery is based on abstracted images drawn from his photographs of the old Roosevelt Community Center. The rich colors, lines and forms in these murals flow up the stairway and wrap around corners, providing interplay with the archtectural lines and fields of light.