“Dozens of eyes regarded the panels against the windows.”
“They were the blank canvasses for the Yurok Tribe’s new mural, but before they could start, the artists had to introduce themselves to the panels. Swirls of crimson, fuchsia and turquoise flowed from their sponges. Three-year-old Casius Clay left indigo handprints. His mother, Lori Risling, drew a magenta heart with her finger.”
“Claudia Bernardi, who guided participants through the mural process, applauded as they filled the blank with a mosaic of color. Although their work wouldn’t stay, Bernardi congratulated the artists on a good start.”
Read the whole article, The dance of mural painting here.
Learn more about Claudia Bernardi here.