We liked San Diego so much we had to come back to do a second mural! We painted in Liberty Station, originally built in 1923 as a naval training center. Today, Liberty Station is a neighborhood full of fantastic vendors of everything you need and want. Also – the people here are extra kind and smiley.
This mural took 6 days to complete. Scott Andrews of Liberty Station hooked us up with a lift and great hospitality. Thanks for the adorable tote bags, sketch books, coffee(s), meals and daily greetings. Thank you, Scott!
We made a guest appearance in the “A” in NAVAL.
Prints and postcards are available for purchase at Liberty Station in Moniker General.
Lisa’s Grandfather who served in the Navy after WWII.
It was a long week painting in the sun, followed by an amazing, much needed night of relaxation spent at The Pearl Hotel. If you go – get the dixie fried damsel cocktail!
U – Ingram Plaza
S – Ingram Plaza (cont)
N – USS Recruit
A – Barracks Arcade
V – Liberty Public Market
A – Main Entrance, Gate 1
L – Main Entrance, Gate 1 (cont)
2825 Dewey Rd. San Diego, CA 92106