The Daily Frame

October 20, 2014
updated in the wee small hours of the morning


“Emergency Art”
Photograph by Pam Stuckey.

“Created in conjunction with the Life Is Beautiful Festival, (the mural) connects Machida’s colorful Pop- and nature-inspired paintings with Bavington’s intense, music-inspired rhythmic works, in which the artist corresponds colors with musical tones.”

Excerpt from “Sush Machida on fish, air fresheners and his mural” story in Las Vegas Weekly by Kristen Peterson. Visit the Daily Frame Archive and search for Pam Stuckey’s October 10 photograph of the work in its early stages of production.

Daily Frame Contributor Pam Stuckey has been a resident of Las Vegas since 1990. She proudly identifies herself as “a volunteer and patron of Downtown Las Vegas.”

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