ragaZagar

(raga - color, hue - beauty, melody 

Zagar - Isaiah Zagar, internationally known tile and mirror mural artist)

2:SHIPPING

3:GIFT SHIPPING

1:ORDERS

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Starting with a blank wall
Starting with a blank wall

Power washing and scraping was completed prior to Isaiah's arrival.

Mirror and tile complete
Mirror and tile complete

after the first workshop day.

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Hosting during the event:  J.Q. Historic Properties - Barb Quaney and Doug Jones; Don and Edie Snethen; Justin and Bailey Marable; Tom Averill and Jeffrey Ann Goudie; Steve and Jennifer Jones; Place Properties

 

Administration and Logistics:

Friends of The Mulvane Art Museum

Mulvane Museum

Arts Connect

Michael Bradley

Hi Stockwell

Zach and Erin Snethen

Edie Snethen

Don Snethen

Isaiah Zagar and his wife, Julia were visitors in Topeka.  Isaiah, with Julia's assistance, led a weekend workshop and several additional full day and part day work sessions throughout the 10 day residency - June 4th-15th.  An 80 foot long ten foot high mosaic mural was completed on the north and west walls of the NOTO ArtsPlace building at 905 N. Kansas.  Additional murals were started at Kaw River Rustics (901 N Kansas) Yeldarb Gallery (909 N Kansas) and at the NOTO Arts Center.
 
Preparation and Day One photos are included in the slide show on this page.  Photos come from several of the workshop participants.   Two videos about the residency were produced by MotoVike Films and are available by clicking Video 1  and Video 2A short time lapse video will also be available soon for viewing by clicking (coming HERE soon)
 
The ragaZagar mural project was a joint project of the Mulvane Museum and NOTO ArtsPlace.  Don and Edie Snethen were the Major Donors to this project.  Additional Support was provided by:
Topeka Community Foundation
Fast Forward of Topeka
Jennifer Bohlander - Matryoshka Tattoo
Ann Palmer
Barbara Waterman Peters
Clayton Financial
HTK Architects
Twila Theimer CPA
Washburn University Art Department
 
Materials were contributed by: ISC Surfaces, Stearns Super Center for Action and Contemplation, Topeka Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Vintage Vibe, City Glass and Mirror, Larry's Glass, Soward's Glass, Binswanger Glass, Galaxy Glass, Yeldarb Gallery, Kaw River Rustics and numerous individuals.
 

4:RETURNS