September 19, 2012

"Old Earth" : New mural in Santa Fe with Kofie






So I've been on the road the last month or so and haven't kept up with blogging so this is a little late by internet standards...
These are pictures of a mural I painted with my good friend Kofie in Santa Fe, New Mexico at the Tesuque Village Market. This mural was painted as part of "The Hour Has Arrived" during the Santa Fe Indian Market. The portrait is based on a photo I took earlier in the week of Rose Fragua, of Jemez Pueblo.
Thanks to Kofie, Jaque Fragua, N8VPA, all the good folks at the Tesuque Village Market, Rose B. Simpson, Henry Chalfant(who took the second photo from the top, and is THE Henry Chalfant of Subway Art), Yatika Fields, Gavin, Zane, Sug, TNR crew..and everyone else that helped in some way.. special thanks to El Ice Plant of Santa Fe which hooked up some shirts and has the most amazing logo of a Zapatista Penguin ever..



1 comment:

Peter Pascal said...

A client suggested that I place a "nice painting" rather higher up on the wall of my dental surgery, so that she
could see while dental work was being done for her. A good idea, I thought, to distract clients.
My nurse found and ordered this canvas print, http://en.wahooart.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-7Z5Q5K, by Gustav Klimt, by
browsing to wahooart.com who made our excellent print from their
database of images from western art.