I stopped in at the center to lay plastic over the panels that were already installed just to be sure that any water didn't seep under the ungrouted mosaics.
|Artwork being covered with plastic sheeting to prevent rain from seeping underneath the tiles.|
|Artwork under plastic sheeting.|
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Installation Day 3 was a success. I attached the remaining mosaic panels to the walls and left everything to dry.
Here are all of the photos taken that day...
|Using a grout float to press artist Rita Schelin's mosaic panel into the mastic.|
|Pressing the panel lightly into the mastic.|
|Artwork by: Rita Schelin|
|Artist Rita Schelin's mosaic panel.|
|Installing one of my small Invader style mosaics outside a classroom window.|
|My Invader mosaic installed outside the Pre-K classroom window.|
|Installing my large Invader mosaic on a playground wall.|
|Pressing the Invader mosaic into the mastic with a grout float.|
|My "hidden" Invader mosaic on a back wall closest to the playground.|
|My Invader mosaic on the back playground wall.|
I intentionally installed my largest Invader mosaic on a wall all the way at the back of "Linda Lane". It's sort of hidden but is really hiding in plain sight.
|Artist Linda Biggers & Chrisse Hartley's mosaic panels on a sun drenched wall.|
|Some of the mosaic stepping stones that the children made with the teachers.|