|Knowing that our signs will be red and that red is perhaps the most persnickety color,|
we gave the boards a good coat of grey primer.
|Kevin Parrish and Jenni Harper get to work. |
|After the grey primer dried, we gave the boards a solid coat of red paint.|
|Elle Decker and Brigid Watters as seen from an outside window.|
|Brigid Watters and Jenni Harper use the tactic of masking off the letters first.|
| Johnathan McCutcheon projects words and traces them before their masking.|
|Cherish Deeg and Jenni Harper trace letters|
|Cherish Deeg incorporates the tactic of painting each letter one at a time.|
|Discussing the future of sign placement with Open Doors Coordinator Aron Conaway |
at Louisville Visual Art Association, aka "The Watertower."