ORMEWOOD BRIDGE X ATLANTA BELTLINE
This project was done in collaboration with Art on the Atlanta Beltline. The piece was inspired by the Greek mythology story of "The Fates." The three beings are weaving Goddesses who decide the destinies for all. They're represented as Black women to show a historically marginalized group in control of all of humanity. The sides of the bridge depict the personal stories of the two most influential women in my life, my maternal and paternal grandmothers. They're done in the flat, 2D style of Greek pottery from the Corinthian period. Media: exterior paint and spray paint.
This piece titled Inferno is 49 sqft and done as a part of "Stacks Squares," a quarterly mural festival located in Cabbage town, Atlanta, Georgia. Media: exterior paint and spray paint.
MAIN STREET COLLEGE PARK
This 120 sq ft mural was created for Main street in College park as a part of a selfie wall project. I got to work closely with the street manager as we discussed the best design to reflect the local community. This mural can be found on the side of the restaurant, The Real Milk & Honey. Media: exterior paint and spray paint.
The inspiration behind this 120 sq ft mural came from my father's mother. Not once did she ever call me by my name. Instead she referred to me as "Sweet Thang." She passed away a while ago, but I continue to miss and cherish the memories I have of her. The mural was created as part of Elevate Atlanta's month long public art festival in October of 2021. This mural is located at The Beacon inside the Artists Cove. Media: exterior paint and spray paint.
44 PARCEL X BONFIRE ATL
This 120 sq ft mural is located at the new Bonfire ATL location in Atlanta, GA. I was given free range to paint whatever I desired so I went with a whimsical and lighthearted design. The media consists of a combination of exterior paint and spray paint.
THE DOCTORS BUILDING
This 900 sqft mural is located on the corner of M.L.K. Jr. Dr. and James P. Brawley in Atlanta. This mural commemorates the first Black Family owned Medical practice in Atlanta. From right to left, the figures on the building are: William Holmes Borders Sr., Dr. Theodore Benson, Dr. Juel Pate Borders-Benson, William Holmes Borders Jr., and Gloria Thomas Borders. The building was built in 1965 and was the result of WHB Sr.s "Vision" for the careers of his children and their spouses. Each of them received their education at different HBCUs in Atlanta. Media: exterior paint and spray paint.
CUZ I LOVE YOU ATLANTA
This mural was painted live at the "Cuz I Love You Atlanta" Festival at Best End Brewing. I was given free range to design a 10' x 10' piece to place along the Belt Line. Media: exterior paint and spray paint.
TOWN HOUSE MURAL