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DoodleHATCH 140-foot mural | PHOTOS

Volunteer artist Tony Adams, Owings Mills, paints the tree-man panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
(Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)

DoodleHATCH 140-foot mural | PHOTOS

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Over 40 artists are creating a 1,120-square-foot mural of mythical creatures for nonprofit DoodleHATCH's entrance. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the interactive art museum. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHATCH, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. The DoodleHATCH mural was sponsored by the Maryland State Arts Council.
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Justin Nepomuceno's story-board for the mural. He is the designer and supervises the volunteer painters. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Justin Nepomuceno's story-board for the mural. He is the designer and supervises the volunteer painters. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Justin Nepomuceno's story-board for the mural. He is the designer and supervises the volunteer painters. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Justin Nepomuceno's story-board for the mural. He is the designer and supervises the volunteer painters. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Justin Nepomuceno's story-board for the mural. He is the designer and supervises the volunteer painters. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Justin Nepomuceno's story-board for the mural. He is the designer and supervises the volunteer painters. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Two of the panels of the kids mural, Under The Sea Fantasy, was painted by 8-12 year-old artists and was sponsored by the United Way. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Two of the panels of the kids mural, Under The Sea Fantasy, was painted by 8-12 year-old artists and was sponsored by the United Way. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
A cart and a palette of paint. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
A cart and a palette of paint. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Volunteer artist Alexis Sands, Reisterstown, paints the basalisk panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Volunteer artist Alexis Sands, Reisterstown, paints the basalisk panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Volunteer artists (left to right) Meredith Wheelock, Silver Spring, and Stephanie Smith, Columbia, paint mythological creatures panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Volunteer artists (left to right) Meredith Wheelock, Silver Spring, and Stephanie Smith, Columbia, paint mythological creatures panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Owner and creator of DoodleHATCH, Lee Andersen demonstrates how she posed for some of the character-positions for the mural as the designer and supervisor, Justin Nepomuceno looks on. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Owner and creator of DoodleHATCH, Lee Andersen demonstrates how she posed for some of the character-positions for the mural as the designer and supervisor, Justin Nepomuceno looks on. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Owner and creator of DoodleHATCH, Lee Andersen demonstrates how she posed for some of the character-positions for the mural. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Owner and creator of DoodleHATCH, Lee Andersen demonstrates how she posed for some of the character-positions for the mural. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Justin Nepomuceno sketches the basalisk panel. He is the designer of the mural and supervises the volunteer painters. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Justin Nepomuceno sketches the basalisk panel. He is the designer of the mural and supervises the volunteer painters. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Volunteer artist Alexis Sands, Reisterstown, paints the basalisk panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Volunteer artist Alexis Sands, Reisterstown, paints the basalisk panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
The kids mural, Under The Sea Fantasy, was painted by 8-12 year-old artists and was sponsored by the United Way. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
The kids mural, Under The Sea Fantasy, was painted by 8-12 year-old artists and was sponsored by the United Way. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Owner and creator of DoodleHATCH, Lee Andersen holds her book of volunteer painters as she explains that each volunteer will sign the panel they painted. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Owner and creator of DoodleHATCH, Lee Andersen holds her book of volunteer painters as she explains that each volunteer will sign the panel they painted. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Justin Nepomuceno sketches the basalisk panel. He is the designer of the mural and supervises the volunteer painters. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Justin Nepomuceno sketches the basalisk panel. He is the designer of the mural and supervises the volunteer painters. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Volunteer artist Tony Adams, Owings Mills, paints the tree-man panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Volunteer artist Tony Adams, Owings Mills, paints the tree-man panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Owner and creator of DoodleHATCH, Lee Andersen and Justin Nepomuceno, mural designer supervisor, discuss a segment of one of the mural panels. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Owner and creator of DoodleHATCH, Lee Andersen and Justin Nepomuceno, mural designer supervisor, discuss a segment of one of the mural panels. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Volunteer artists (left to right) Michelle Kopp, Columbia, Theo Jack-Monroe, Columbia, and Karen Jack, Columbia, paint the robot panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Volunteer artists (left to right) Michelle Kopp, Columbia, Theo Jack-Monroe, Columbia, and Karen Jack, Columbia, paint the robot panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Owner and creator of DoodleHATCH, Lee Andersen paints on one of the mural panels. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Owner and creator of DoodleHATCH, Lee Andersen paints on one of the mural panels. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Volunteer artist Karen Jack, Columbia, paints the robot panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Volunteer artist Karen Jack, Columbia, paints the robot panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
A palette of paint. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
A palette of paint. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Volunteer artist Stephanie Smith, Columbia, paints the mythological creatures panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Volunteer artist Stephanie Smith, Columbia, paints the mythological creatures panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Volunteer artists (left to right) Meredith Wheelock, Silver Spring, and Stephanie Smith, Columbia, paint mythological creatures panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Volunteer artists (left to right) Meredith Wheelock, Silver Spring, and Stephanie Smith, Columbia, paint mythological creatures panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Volunteer artists (left to right) Meredith Wheelock, Silver Spring, and Stephanie Smith, Columbia, paint mythological creatures panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Volunteer artists (left to right) Meredith Wheelock, Silver Spring, and Stephanie Smith, Columbia, paint mythological creatures panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Volunteer artist Tony Adams, Owings Mills, paints the tree-man panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Volunteer artist Tony Adams, Owings Mills, paints the tree-man panel. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Justin Nepomuceno sketches the basalisk panel. He is the designer of the mural and supervises the volunteer painters. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Justin Nepomuceno sketches the basalisk panel. He is the designer of the mural and supervises the volunteer painters. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
DoodleHATCH 140 foot Mural
Volunteer artist-painters on Thursday March 4 (left to right) Dasia Leonard, Cockeysville, Alexis Sands, Reisterstown, Meredith Wheelock, Silver Spring, designer Justin Nepomuceno, Stephanie Smith, Columbia, Karen Jack, Columbia, Michelle Kopp, Columbia, Theo Jack-Monroe, Columbia, Owner Lee Anderson, and Tony adams, Owings Mills. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
Volunteer artist-painters on Thursday March 4 (left to right) Dasia Leonard, Cockeysville, Alexis Sands, Reisterstown, Meredith Wheelock, Silver Spring, designer Justin Nepomuceno, Stephanie Smith, Columbia, Karen Jack, Columbia, Michelle Kopp, Columbia, Theo Jack-Monroe, Columbia, Owner Lee Anderson, and Tony adams, Owings Mills. Over forty-one artists are creating a 1,120 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
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