Category Archives: Non-Profit

Let It Grow / Finished Picture of one of the Brooklyn Pieces..

(The face with glasses) Near the corner of Meserole and Waterbury in Bushwick.

Leave a comment

Filed under Art, Graffiti, Let It Grow, Murals, Non-Profit, Painting, Public Art, Street Art

Let It Grow: Dartmouth Harbour View Weekend Market

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Leave a comment

Filed under Art, Community, Let It Grow, Murals, Non-Profit, Painting, Public Art, Street Art, Volunteer

Let It Grow / Historic Farmer’s Market

Shawn, Craig and I all applied for a collective grant to run a mural program with youth in Halifax on the Historic Farmer’s Market. We were successful and received a generous grant from the 4C’s Foundation. While Shawn and Craig were in New York, I worked on gathering together a group of kids to work with us. Since we’d done so much work with Inglis Elementary, we already knew a lot of kids there. I also went to Citadel High and found some people that seemed interested. We ended up with a really great group of kids ranging in age from 12-17. We got together a few times before we started painting to share food, hang out and plan. We ended up painting over three days and it came together really successfully. A HUGE Thank You to the 4C’s for making this possible! And to all who contributed: Nora and Kelly Featherstone, James and Chris Davy, Marlon Perez, Thanasi K., Bryson V., Carlos R., and Nick M.

Here are some process photos:

2 Comments

Filed under Art, Community, Education, Graffiti, Halifax Farmer's Market, Let It Grow, Murals, Non-Profit, Painting, Public Art, Street Art