Using a pattern that has roots in several Ancient cultures, Meander brings together the colors from a variety of Pride flags. The small printed portraits found throughout the mural come from two sources. Blended together in harmony are linoblock images produced by citizens of Austin of themselves or loved ones as well as artist produced illustrations of persons from the Queer community who have helped moved forward the cause of equality. Scroll down this page to see galleries of all the portraits in the project.
Meander is part of the inaugural 2-D version of the City of Austin's Tempo Public Art Program. Special thanks to the Parks & Recreation department for hosting our community workshops at the Lamar Senior Center and to Midtown Ishmael Law Firm, PC for their financial support.
Flash Collective Founder Almost the Best
Flash Collective founder Veronica Ceci has won third place in the printmaking category at this year's Texas Art Hop for her reductive woodcut, One Watching. Over 600 artists from the state entered the annual juried exhibition, which is on display currently across five different venues in Georgetown's downtown square.