Get ready to experience Llama Murals by Popular Nashville Artist Kristin Llamas as she schedules a mural tour across the United States and globe on a mission to represent unity through the one thing we all have...A name.
For the past two decades, artist Kristin Llamas (yes that is her real name) has created public art and community-based projects representing unity. Some of her most well-known work was in The Nomadic Project, spanning all fifty states, to the Socratic Dialogues created in Nashville TN.
With her most recent project, the Llamas Art Show, Llamas has become famously known for her black and white llama portraits published in best-selling book, "¿Como te Llamas? Everyday Llamas You Might Know." The collection began as a play on her own last name as she set out on a quest to unite everyone around the world as #OneHerd.
"This is the most inclusive art initiative I've ever created as it is based on uniting everyone, everywhere by the one thing we all have... a name." says Llamas.
The artist is now actively booking llama murals to be painted in large and small cities around the nation and globe. She plans to start painting the murals in 2020 (if not sooner) and her goal is that they will inspire a feeling of connectivity as we all come together as #OneHerd.
Each mural will say the name of the city or town on the bottom with the question "¿Como te Llamas? (What is your name?)" allowing visitors to sign their name underneath. The artist explains that having a llama mural in your city is a symbol of welcoming and community support, essentially saying to tourists and new comers "We want to know you by name. You are welcome here."
For more details, media inquiries or to bring a llama mural to your city, contact the artist's team here: CONTACT US