I arrived on site at 9:20am and finished at 4:38pm, with 20 min to spare. I'm satisfied with what I created for this project.
All day long the work of the artists who didn't work on site filtered in while about six of us continued to push through the day to complete our work. The variety, and the depth of the work, is really amazing. What a great cross-section of style and concept. I am looking forward to seeing them all tomorrow when they are installed in their permanent construction-zone location. This is the corner of Birchmount Road and Enterprise Boulevard in Markham. Depending on how they fare in our climate, the boards could be up for a year!
And with that, here's my last day on this job, in pictures.
|arrived early, but others were already working. cold this morning 11C and drizzle too|
|Ladies, when was the last time you felt safe sitting in a park at night by yourself?|
|started Scenic and it ended up looking like this|
|proceeded to Civil|
|look! drivers! signalling! yielding! how very civil!|
I pulled the boards outside for touching up, and embellishing
and tried to get a full image of both boards together by standing on a chair
|you get the idea here|
I left my panels for the installers to take after my 2nd coat of sealant dried.
Can't wait to see all 20 of us tomorrow!
Voting for your favorite work starts Sept 26th and runs to Nov 1st. I'll post more on that when I find out the details.
I, of course, ask for your support!