Art inventory, Artwork, At-risk youth, China Marker Portraits, Gallery “Once it’s up, let it go.” #wheatpaste #streetart #downtowneastside Posted by Katarina Thorsen on July 3, 2012June 7, 2013 Photo by Nancy Kirkpatrick Photo by Nancy Kirkpatrick Most of the pieces remain untouched, even after several weeks, even after a year. But some have been altered… Photo by Nancy Kirkpatrick … so we added back. And we added more. “Once it’s up, let it go.” Photo by Nancy Kirkpatrick Maryellen cutting out my Dead Bird series Dustin adding a bird to where his face used to be. Megan is missing. Or her portrait is. Megan adding a bird to the spot. All that is left of Maryellen’s piece is a little tree. Maryellen’s latest masterpiece finds the perfect spot. By Maryellen Groundwater Patti Patti being pasted by Nancy Kirkpatrick Megan adding dead bird to dumpster. Photo by Nancy Kirkpatrick Maryellen adding dead bird to pipe. Dustin touching up the sock monkey. Photo by Nancy Kirkpatrick Mugshot, Molly’s Father. Graphic Novel Photo by Nancy Kirkpatrick Land of hopes and dreams, 1929. Molly’s uncle. Maryellen pasting a dead bird. Stay tuned for Pride 2012 Wheatpaste Campaign!