Mural for Casa Quinchon in Tegucigalpa
Last week I create a mural for Casa Quinchon and Connect CoWork in Tegucigalpa. Here's a 2 minute time-lapse of the painting process.
The mural is inspired by another painting I created in the Spring of 2017: Constant in the Rain. The colors were modified to fit the brighter color scheme that is a part of Casa Quinchon.
More on Process
I maintained the original elements of the composition: the 3 white lines, while modifying the colors to make it seam less dark. Casa Quinchon is a collaborative work-space so the colors chosen were to communicate energy.
Emulating rain drops, the mural features several "washes" to give this sensation.
The original inspiration came to me, as I finished a work out on a rainy night in Tegucigalpa. I was at a point in my life where everyday seemed to be different, some days were happy, others were not; yet even in the most difficult moments, God showed me He will never leaves me and is working through and around me, many times in ways I can't control. Constant in the Rain, is a reference to a moment, where the rain drops fee (as I saw the workout equipment -red and yellow-) and was reminded that my worries or happiness can change daily, but God is constant and it is because of Him that I can have joy. A year after painting the original I can still say I believe this is true.
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