A photorealistic mural by David Orozco of the Blue Goose Market, that was originally there in the 1920’s, is in the works near the corner of Milwaukee and Allen in Avondale, Chicago. The Blue Goose went out of business during the Great Depression because it gave away more food than it sold to its neighbors. "I sprung into action on March 16 and created a fundraiser for the bars and restaurant workers on our three blocks who had suddenly found themselves without a livelihood.
Checking in. Just a note to say hello. It's difficult to know what to say or do during a time like this.. other than try and stay positive, maintain calm (self care!) and extend every kindness to one another. ❤️ Thinking about all of the artists that continue to spread light and inspiration through the most difficult times and lift us up. I look forward to sharing a few virtual artist visits in the weeks to come with more inspiration from inside their studios. #stayhomestaysa