Discussion About The Red 2017
Artist: Franco Fasoli
aka JAZ
An Argentina Artist

Franco JAZ Fasoli blessed Eugene with two murals during his week in town over the summer of 2017. The south wall of the historic McDonald Theatre was the site of his first creation, "Discussion about the red." Based on a small collage he did in Spain inspired by the dialogue that takes place during art festivals, it features two people with heads of birds. Describing his grid technique as painting by numbers, JAZ --assisted by local artist Bayne Gardner-- worked in the shade of an umbrella attached to the side of a boom lift to create this eye-popping work with bold colors. The piece is adjacent to Beau Stanton's 2016 mural on the west wall of the theater. [from 20x21 website]
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Two Cans
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(Date Photographed: 11:15:26 Monday 23 October 2017)
(Date Published: Tuesday 14 November 2017)
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Two cans of smiling red paint sat on the floor next to one of the people.


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Heated Discussion
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(Date Photographed: 11:15:17 Monday 23 October 2017)
(Date Published: Tuesday 14 November 2017)
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Two people carried on a heated discussion about the color red.


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Rooster Heads
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(Date Photographed: 11:15:28 Monday 23 October 2017)
(Date Published: Tuesday 14 November 2017)
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The argument grew so heated that their heads turned into rooster heads.


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Wings Too
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(Date Photographed: 11:15:30 Monday 23 October 2017)
(Date Published: Tuesday 14 November 2017)
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Not only did they develop rooster heads, but they sprouted wings too.


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Dialogue
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South wall of McDonald Theater external link
1010 Willamette St external link
Eugene, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 11:15:32 Monday 23 October 2017)
(Date Published: Tuesday 14 November 2017)
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This mural is the abstract interpretation of dialogues that take place during art festivals.


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