Artist Liz Dupuy and Graffiti artist, Francisco, put the finishing touches on the Topanga Womenâ€™s Circle bin in Pine Tree Circle after it was vandalized in July. Photo by Teresa Royer
In mid-July, canyon residents were shocked to see graffiti that ruined the beautiful artwork that decorated the Topanga Womenâ€™s Circle bin at Pine Tree Circle.
Artist Liz Dupuy and her friend, Francisco, a graffiti artist himself, are seen here putting the finishing touches on its restoration. After the painting is restored.
â€śIf youâ€™ve seen the Topanga Womenâ€™s Circle (TWC) bin in Pine Tree Circle lately, itâ€™s beautiful,â€ť wrote Lin Ilsley of the TWC. â€ś[Artist] Liz Dupuy and her friend, graffiti artist, Francisco, have finished their work and we are in the process of getting a sign made. It really does look lovely. Teresa Royer is painting a sealant coat over the artwork in case we suffer further damage in the future. Happy outcome to that unfortunate episode!â€ť
Topanga Womenâ€™s Circle is committed to making a difference to homeless families as they move into transitional housing. By enhancing their lives at a crucial time, they are given a sense of dignity and self-worth. (topangawomenscircle.org)