Graffiti Abatement Mural Project
The first four pictures feature the finished mural by Wil Yee. To see more progression images please scroll down and you will see how the project developed.
Above: Wil Yee stands in the center of his completed mural
Above: The left hand side of the mural
Above: the center section of the mural
Above: the right hand section of the mural
Below are progression images of the Mural being created at Composite High School between May 15 - May 28th, 2012
May 19th, 2012 Images Below
Above: Wil directs the volunteer on how high he would like the blue paint to go
Above: View of Wil painting, from the ground looking up
Above: Wil on the scaffolding
Above: A volunteer works on the water section
Above: Another volunteers works on the water section
Above: Progress on the mural near the end of the day Saturday May 19th, 2012
Below: Then at the end of the day the crew got to experience a full on double rainbow, they pondered if it might even become a triple rainbow.
May 22nd, 2012 Images Below
Above: Left Section of the wall
Above: Middle section of the wall (features the phrase' Miner Pride')
Above: Right section (features the buffalo)
Above: close up of 'miner Molly' section
Above: Close up of the left section - looking to the right
Above: Close up of the 'miner' section
Above: Detail work on the 'miner' lettering
May 28, 2012
Above image: Almost finished. You can just see a little bit of the original brown wall showing
through on the right hand side, this is where the 'buffalo critter' will be.
Above image: The word pride from 'Miner Pride' looking complete
Above image: A small section of the canoe close up complete with detailing and texture.