This week’s MotD theme: Murals
Mural Painter, Public Artist, and Photographer from Vancouver BC, head quartered in Oakland California, Julia Davis, a.k.a. Bud Snow, created this magnificent ground-level mural in the shallow bed of an abandoned fountain in Juilliard Park in Santa Rosa, CA.
“I want people to come picnic here, hang out here, do yoga here, dance on it, run on it, skateboard on it,” Snow said of the mandala project.
About her art she states:
“I’ve been toying with the term Neo-Primalism…a school of work I associate with automatism in community space. Intuitive painting, photography, and installation as direct response to the ample ironies and absurdities of living.”
“I’m concerned with Humanism, Animalism, Neo-Primalism. I work with a medium format rangefinder, a spray can, and a paintbrush. I like to work outside.”
View more of her public art and murals via her online gallery.
Inspiration for Today
Bud Snow’s mandala inspires us to play, to go primal even. Dance with joy, play with heart, create with aliveness.
If you would want your mandala or your idea for a mandala to be considered for the “Mandala of the Day”, read about how on the Participate page. It’s easy! Or recommend one you’ve seen via my Contact page.