31"h x 48"w Oil on Canvas
The brick building behind it is the site of Portland's first Woolworth's store.
It now warehouses a collection of industrial sewing machines.
When I came to work one day I noticed a large hand-painted sign on the pole in front of me. The pole is too far to the left to be in the painting. But the sign read "Paint Marathon Today".
Apparently some neighbors had organized to repaint some of the needier homes in the neighborhood.
But a fast thinking couple on a tandem bicycle rode past this sign, coming towards me on this street. As they passed me, I could hear them chanting "GO PAINT GO! GO PAINT GO!"
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