Bonfire is a progressive wheat paste mural using screen printed images depicting a sequence of a bonfire being constructed in order to create animation stills. Figures of children are applied in order to show the step by step movement of the motions of chores. This process creates two finished pieces: a large scale mural and a stop motion film.
George Long holds a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the Atlanta College of Arts. His work has been featured in a myriad of exhibitions, the most recent including “Mimic” at Marcia Wood Art Gallery in Atlanta and “Copy Cat” at Space Eight in St. Augustine, Florida. He has also participated in several collaborations and group exhibitions, including “Elevate,” a mural in Underground Atlanta, and “DayJob,” a 2012 exhibition at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center.