The Bellingham Housing Authority saw her proposed image for Edmonds, liked it, and commissioned her for three indoor murals in her hometown.
Clark told the story on Wednesday after hopping off a ladder in the alley next to financial services firm at 313 Main Street. She hopes to complete her mural, "Edmonds Entertains," by Friday.
"I've got some other work to do," says Clark, who is staying in Edmonds for the duration with a member of the mural group.
"Edmonds Entertains" is a fanciful work (see attached for what it will look like when finished) that shows Edmonds is all its glory, even if its geographical perspective is in the mind of its creator.
There's the leaning-back Edmonds Historical Museum, City Hall on the other side, with a Mediterranean-like Edmonds below and a ferry boat bobbing in the distance. In the middle of it all is band playing to sitting grownups and dancing kids—is it a scene from the summer market, or a reimagining of the Cedar Dreams fountain roundabout and its decorative touches in the concrete?
You can decide. What do you think? Let us know in the Comments!
Clark's mural comes on the heels of John Osgood's "Untitled," which he and can be seen on the west wall of . (Grab a drink at and stare away.)
Susan Babcock's "Winter Walk," to be located at 104 Fifth Ave. N. near the , is the third and final mural of the summer. Work on that mural is expected to begin in the middle of the month, said Edmonds Mural Society membership director Manya Schilperoort (of ).