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We just received the edited video of our group symposium in barcelona last year. It was a great experience to work with these artists in an international studio.Our group consisted of artists from Ireland, Finland, Hungary, Israel, India, Switzerland and the USA.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvb_squBBAw

 

Thank you Evelyne.

 

Marcia

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thank you for showing your experience--you must all have had a wonderful time

yes and we're planning another next year at La Meridiana. Wonderful people to work with and room with. Lots of laughter and good food, especially Indian cooked by Adil.

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Looks like a great time. Is there a picture of the mural anywhere? 

The video didn't show it that well.There is a photo at 5:47 seconds of the installed mural before the background was painted. I am trying to find the final image which does not include the group photo.

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finally got someone to send a finished image of our mural. We limited color to keep it simple. The diagonal was yellow to represent the diagonal in Barcelona. I wish the group was in this image.The panel is about 11' x 15'  This stand at the entrance to Angel Colis  SiO2 Ceramic supplier, manufacturer outside Barcelona.

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finally got someone to send a finished image of our mural. We limited color to keep it simple. The diagonal was yellow to represent the diagonal in Barcelona. I wish the group was in this image.The panel is about 11' x 15'  This stand at the entrance to Angel Colis  SiO2 Ceramic supplier, manufacturer outside Barcelona.

Very nice, thanks for sharing.

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