In 2019 we transformed our storage box into a mural for everyone to enjoy year round. Artist Brian MacIsaac did the design and was helped by a group of volunteer painters. The crew included: Quinne Kobayashi, Jerre Paquette, Darlene Duxbury, Brian MacIsaac, Erik Rozek, Rebecca Kneen and Melanie Geyer.
Gord Schumi from Schumi’s Shack attaching the “Sorrento Farmer’s Market” signs onto the storage box one sweltering August afternoon.
Volunteers from left to right: Quinne Kobayashi (co-market manager), Jerre Paquette, Darlene Duxbury, Brian MacIsaac (artist) and Melanie Geyer.
Daytime painting. Volunteers from left to right: Quinne Kobayashi (co-market manager), Darlene Duxbury, Jerre Paquette, Melanie Geyer.
A few days before it rained shortly after painting and the carrots ran.
photo credit: Jerre Paquette
Brian MacIsaac and Melanie Geyer as it begins to rain.
Brian MacIsaac (artist)
Left to right: Brian MacIsaac (artist), Erik Rozek, Quinne Kobayashi (on the ground) and Rebecca Kneen.
Volunteer Darlene Duxbury painting the first coat of the ram.
In this photo, we’re going for punk rebel look. Volunteers from left to right: Darlene Duxburry, Brian MacIssac (mural artist), Quinne Kobayashi (co-manager of the market), Erik Rozek and Rebecca Kneen.
Nighttime mural outlining with a projector. Erik Rozek, Quinne Kobayashi and Rebecca Kneen.
The finished peice.