This accent wall was designed for The Broad. From their site:
"The Broad is a MAKING SPACE in Richmond.
A community center where we can learn from each other, a workspace where we can get it done, and a clubhouse where we can connect IRL - a place that exists to make more space for women* in Richmond, in our community, and in our world.
A space to take a meeting over coffee, catch up with a friend with a glass (or two) of wine, put in some work during the 9-5, get your yoga on in our weekly classes, enjoy a workshop or a panel on art or money or flower arranging or love - because we are multifaceted people in a multifaceted world and it's totally cool to be into astronomy AND astrology, curious about super serums AND the supernatural, and invested in the stock market AND the outcome of Bachelor In Paradise.
At The Broad, we're making space so you have space. Space to learn, grow, connect, work, and BE. The Broad is a space for us.
*The Broad is an LGBTQIA+ Friendly Space that does not have a binary view of womanhood"
Mural in Charlottesville, VA painted for Tom Tom Fest 2017 on Charlottesville Day School.
Painted for a tiny pizzeria / bakery / cafe tucked into a corner of Bolivia, on the town square in Copacabana.
The owner of Sefton Coffee Co. and Apropos is opening a new store just around the corner called 7th St. Supply Co. She asked for a mural that was flowery and subtle, matching the colors that she had already picked for the building's exterior.
To accommodate the giant plate windows, I worked with Cut Cut: a vinyl shop just next door that specializes in working on unique creative projects. They took my design and applied vinyl that carried the flowers from wall to window.
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