We will then meet with Roy Bolton and Winston Boyce on Monday to catch up on what needs finished in regards to the tourist related work…presumably before spring hits. I’m really excited to see my artwork finally displayed in my hometown and all being well I will be bringing my Japanese-American lady over to live with me this spring/summer and she’ll see the work in person at any one of the panels throughout town. Most people don’t realize it but Christine actually played a big part in deciding what worked and what didn’t during the design process. The final design was of course the decision of the group, but in my view it didn’t hurt at all to have the design overseen by someone other than a local/resident of the town itself. My intent was always to appeal to an international audience and our work has made its rounds in parts of Massachusetts and elsewhere.
I really enjoy working on group projects and have a fondness for maps, as can be easily verified by my art/blogs/videos. So if you want one done for your own town, please get in touch with me. You’ll find I am a reasonable guy who loves to create powerful visual art. I’m eager to work with people who have a passion for sprucing their town up and want something that brightens the place up. If you like, come out Spring/Summer this year to Bushmills and see my illustrations for yourself, or pick up one of our new brochures at the Bushmills tourist office.
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