Lacey Carter’s colorful work is eye catching, which is exactly what E11 Creative workshop for Children needs. Founders Maria and Alaine Navaratne collaborated with Lacey to help boosting their presence in Mountain Shadows. Using spray paint and blue tape, Lacey and her partner Rob are finishing the project today. Keep an eye out for E11′s new van hitting the road this week!

If you want to learn more about the artist, visit her website HERE.

For more information about E11 Creative Workshop for Children click HERE.

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3 Responses to Lacey Carter/ LAC Designs Create for Local Youngsters

  1. albert says:

    very cool!

  2. hanna says:

    saw the van driving thru garden of gods yesterday. looked very cool next to those red rocks!

  3. Jennifer says:

    Love it!

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