Muralfest    Hosted by  Events at Bartlett Yard : A Community Based Arts and Culture Series   
       
     
 In May, 2013, I was one of eighty artists to descend on the former MBTA Bartlett Bus Yard and the future home of Bartlett Place, a major new residential and retail development in Roxbury, MA.  The mission was simple; to transform an abandoned eye soar into the largest collection of Street Art that Boston has ever seen.   This was my first mural, and my first time experimenting with spray paint. Due to time limitations and on-site material constraints, I was unable to create the mural using glitter, and instead, used an array of spray paint. The entire process took approximately five hours to complete.
       
     
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   Muralfest    Hosted by  Events at Bartlett Yard : A Community Based Arts and Culture Series   
       
     

Muralfest

Hosted by Events at Bartlett Yard: A Community Based Arts and Culture Series

 

 In May, 2013, I was one of eighty artists to descend on the former MBTA Bartlett Bus Yard and the future home of Bartlett Place, a major new residential and retail development in Roxbury, MA.  The mission was simple; to transform an abandoned eye soar into the largest collection of Street Art that Boston has ever seen.   This was my first mural, and my first time experimenting with spray paint. Due to time limitations and on-site material constraints, I was unable to create the mural using glitter, and instead, used an array of spray paint. The entire process took approximately five hours to complete.
       
     

In May, 2013, I was one of eighty artists to descend on the former MBTA Bartlett Bus Yard and the future home of Bartlett Place, a major new residential and retail development in Roxbury, MA.  The mission was simple; to transform an abandoned eye soar into the largest collection of Street Art that Boston has ever seen. 

This was my first mural, and my first time experimenting with spray paint. Due to time limitations and on-site material constraints, I was unable to create the mural using glitter, and instead, used an array of spray paint. The entire process took approximately five hours to complete.

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