The artist Rich Miller, known by his street name Patch Whisky will be installing a new mural on the community center adjacent to Loudoun House. Working primarily in aerosol and acrylic paint, Patch Whisky’s work can be found in Hawaii, New York City, Miami, and in the Museum of Art in Columbus South Carolina. The large colorful murals usually depict large cartoonish blobs, which the artist calls ‘winkles’, and are painted with artistic control and wry humor. Patch Whisky’s training as a graphic designer is evident in his richly saturated work.
Watch the talented Faith47 at work in Rochester, New York and in Cozumel, Mexico. She discusses her process and the politics of space here.