We took the scenic route to DC to get Sarah used to driving (and stay cool - those trees are doing the best job!), stumbled upon a mural party, reunited with a good friend. At her house, stars aligned and we made plans to leave DC right away in the morning to paint our first traveling mural in her tiny home! It will end up parked in DC once it's completed.
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Stocked up on colors
$400 is less paint than you might think, even with a steep discount!
Sarah's brave and strong
First time driving the Giant Metal Baby!
Sarah's nightmare bridge. That 40mph minimum is a tall order.
Landed in DC
Smack in the middle of a mural grand-reveal party!
they had a chandelier hanging from a cherry-picker and i loved it a lot
they also painted on the ground and it was very pretty in the shadows
Berryville, to paint a tiny house!
The first mural of the trip! It's in a tiny house that belongs to my friend Heather, and is being built by Robin of Build Tiny, both wonderful amazing humans. The house will be parked in DC once its finished, and have these lovely ladies ensconced inside. They are DC residents who Heather picked out as movers and shakers 📣 Painting in a tiny house is a huge thrill for me- they are the inspiration for the mobile studio, and represent conscious living and personal empowerment.
Quick! From reference pictures to cleaning up in a little over 3 hours.
On to Philadelphia -> Brooklyn -> West Hartford, CT