17 July 2011
The other day I was working down at River City Eatery painting the walls modern, welcoming colors. The sun shining in the windows was making beautiful art on the freshly painted Milkweed Pod color I had just glided over the plaster. It was as if this building was speaking to me, so I had to share the art with you.
I watched the walls quickly become something new, but its old soul was joyful with the tickle of the paint roller. I know I sound crazy for giving the walls of a building human emotions, but the atmosphere has changed so much outside and inside that I can't help but think the attention this old building is getting is a sigh of relief for it.
I can't wait to to see and feel more joyfulness as this spot on the beautiful downtown square of Windom continues to become River City Eatery.
Posted by Mari Harries at 10:22 PM