Whale Museum Mural is Coming Along

Lindsay shows the guide drawing she uses as she paints the large mural - Tim Dustrude photo

Lindsay shows the guide drawing she refers to as she paints the large mural – Tim Dustrude photo

Artist Lindsay Carron is making good progress on the mural painting on the side of the Whale Museum building. When finished, the mural will depict three orcas chasing salmon following forage fish through a bull kelp forest.

That's her way up there on the lift

That’s Lindsay way up there on the lift

All who see the mural will know that the Whale Museum not only cares for their building, but are stewards of our marine environment as well.

Lindsay plans on the whole thing being done on Saturday, so if you want to see this art-in-progress, you’d better get over there soon.

It's always good to have some help with a project of this size. This is Sarah, Lindsay's helper

It’s always good to have some help with a project of this size. This is Sarah, Lindsay’s helper working on the kelp forest

The museum thanks the following who have supported the project with cash and in-kind contributions: The Norcliffe Foundation, Friday Harbor Grand B & B, Town of Friday Harbor, Friday Harbor House, Harbor Rental, Ace Hardware, and many individuals.

Posted on June 3, 2016 at 5:56 am by

Categories: Arts, People, Wildlife
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