I Love You … Messages From the Mural

A few years ago, I took on the task of organizing and completing two 17 foot long murals inside a local school. Their walls were very … institutional … and in need of some color. One mural I call: Flowers and Fairies. The other wall’s mural I call: Fun with Science. It took approximately two school years (plus a few awesome volunteers and paint donations) to complete them. The kids enjoyed watching the progress.

This little fairy is just a small portion of one wall. I painted it to represent my daughter, my little fairy of love. As you can see, I painted positive loving quotes on the wall as well. When the kids walk by these walls each day, I am sure the messages are read. I wish reminders of positive love could be read everywhere.

In the future, I will post more photos of messages from the mural and more information on its journey to completion.

Now that I have finished writing my first book, Life Is Just Another Class—One Soul’s Journey Through Past Life Regression, I yearn to paint. I have the oils and my canvas ready and waiting. I have the thumbnails drawn for one painting from each lifetime. The hard decision? Which one is first.

I Love You! photo by Karen Kubicko (part of mural project I painted)


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Tom Fitzgerald
    Dec 13, 2012 @ 00:51:39

    Don’t choose one over the other — start them at the same time and let the combined energy guide you through your steps. The results will be great!


  2. Trackback: Love All Creatures Great and Small on Land and in the Waters ~ Messages From the Mural « Karen Kubicko

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