The Yon family, friends, and neighbors were incredibly welcoming and inviting. Coming from the cold March Midwest weather, the 50 degree days felt like summer; as you can tell from this photo where everyone is wearing coats except me. I thoroughly enjoyed my time and stay with the Yon family and have to say [...]
What do you do with a 65' grain silo that you are no longer using? Work with your seed supplier and turn it into a giant ear of corn obviously!
Another gorgeous day in Iowa working for some wonderful people. This aluminum barn door is now branded with the farm name in a smooth brush script font for everyone to see. Always great to spend the day outside in Central Iowa working for good people.
"From the vast blue Midwestern skies juxtaposed against the angular rows of fields to the vivid colors of the harvest, it is my hope that this mural stimulates the same love and admiration for the local farmer and our land that I have to everyone who views it." CLICK ON AN IMAGE BELOW TO SEE [...]
This job had me painting 8' (h) letters and a 21' x 11' (h) logo for Northrup King (Syngenta) Soybeans. Great weather allowed me to knock this job out in just a few days with the real trick being, painting through the peaks and valley's on yet another corrugated aluminum base. CLICK ON AN IMAGE [...]