Tag: JoAnn Moran
I want to thank you for all the time and effort you expended in involving Mixter students with planning, drawing sketches, and painting the banners to promote awareness and appreciation of our community. what a fantastic project for the City of Lincoln Park, and how fortunate we were for your visitation. Your creative energy was […]
Elementary School in Farmington, CT
OXFORD, CT.- 18 MAY 2009– Resident artist JoAnn Moran, center, works on making a mosaic tile with, eighth-grade students of Great Oak Middle School in Oxford, Gina Scott, left, and Haley Krivenski Monday. Students will be working on the 4-foot-by-8-foot mosaic will depict historical buildings of Oxford and will be placed in the hallway of […]
TRAIL ART INITIATIVE – Banner Art Banners are organized into five categories to reflect the diverse “lenses” through which the landscape can be viewed. Each category is represented by a color: Green: flora; Orange: history; Blue: river views; Yellow: fauna; Purple: trail users. Each banner is the result of many creative minds and hands. The […]
Student made Hallway Mural – Putnam Middle School, Putnam CT
I cannot express how grateful I am to Ms Moran for giving me and many others like me, the opportunity to create art for the masses to enjoy in such a public forum. During the many hours I painted in the rePublicArt studio I saw firsthand what a dedicated woman Ms. Moran truly is. she […]
Bethany Elementary School, Bethany CT Mural based on the flora and fauna of the local watershed and site specifically designed for the cafeteria. Students observed aquatic organisms under microscopes and made drawings for the mural, then painted the mural over a week. The mural was installed at the end of the week.
Alice Peck Elementary School Hamden, CT Entrance Mural – Theme: Diversity
Newington, CT Student created mural : Interpretation of a MLK jr. quote ” We may have come on different ships, but we are on the same boat now” – John Wallace Middle School Participatory Mural
Little Shop of Murals Window Panels – Meriden, CT Summer Youth Employment History of Meriden depicted in images of people and industries throughout Meriden’s History
Albany, New York – CUBE Mural Participatory Mural made at the Creative Problem Solving Institute Conference with conference attendees.
John C Daniels School, New Haven, CT
West River Community Mural Yale School of Forestry, Fleet Bank and The West River Watershed Association