I was recently asked to photograph modern artist Kate Saville painting a mural in the break room for Chick-fil-A Supply.
The painting she was commissioned to paint wasn’t one of her originals, but she took on the project and brought it to life.
This is the original painting above the prayer couch Truett Cathy would use daily to start his day.
This is the painting above the couch.
A couple of years ago, Dan Cathy used this painting given to Truett by his daughter Trudy. Chick-fil-A was growing at unheard-of numbers. You think they would be celebrating.
When talking about the painting, Dan connected his dad’s earlier struggles to what all the operators of the restaurants are facing today.
The year was 2014 when Dan talked to the operators, and today, they have doubled that sales volume.
No goal is too high
If we climb with care
The new Chick-fil-A Supply Distribution Center’s leadership team wanted the employees to understand the culture started by S. Truett Cathy.
What better way to help them know the company’s heart than to have an artist paint this mural in their break room? They meet every day for lunches and breaks in this room.
Modern artist Kate Saville is taking a break while letting the paint dry on the wall.
This is a time-lapse of the week it took Kate to paint the mural.
Listen to Kate Saville talking about her involvement in the project.
Kate signed her work at the end of the project.
If you want your team to grow, you must cast a vision and make it prominent and visible. I can help you do this. Let me help you tell your eye and record it so that your team sees it daily so that they, too, will know what they are supposed to be doing and why they are doing it.