Painting at La Neomudejar Vanguard Art Museum in Madrid

After the two days and nights of madness outlined in the last post, the painting insanity did not stop. My good friend, frequent collaborator and gypsy interpreter Ze Carrion hooked me up with Fran and Néstor at La Neomudejar who agreed to let me paint some exterior murals, sharing walls with some of Madrid and Europe's best street artists including Por Favor, Chilo, Alice, and many more.

This new museum occupies showcases some interesting artists and occupies the old Locomotive Mechanic Shop next to the famous Atocha train station. The place is a treasure, with pin-up girl posters from the 60s still tacked to the inside of the wooden lockers and a giant off-limits secret room with a massive two story cast iron electric turbine collecting dust where I will definitely film my steam punk sic fi movie some day. Needless to say, it was a fun place to hang out and paint. By the way, Ze has a solo show packed with great paintings coming up at the museum that opens in September. If you're in the area, you should definitely go.

So albeit more slowly, with one flip-flop on and a sunburn, I continued the painting marathon and scratched out these two pieces. Enjoy!