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N or m a j e a n n e m a l o n e y 61 Austin, Texas I started sign painting in Austin, Texas, in the late ’70s. I was around thirty years old, and there was a huge recession. I didn’t have much money and was looking for a job. One day I was walking down the street and saw somebody loading signs into a truck. He looked like he was struggling, so I asked if he needed help. I loaded some signs and started talking to him. I told him that I needed a job, that I was kind of an artist. So I got a job in a sign shop, and all they did was cut and frisket, which was a stencil-based process some shops used at the time.
I went back every day and watched them paint this big piggy bank with dollars and coins exploding out of it. ” They told me that I needed to enroll in an apprenticeship program. 46 S I G N PA I N T E R S I found Jerry Albright’s School. I worked with the master for five years. After the apprenticeship, he tagged on six months for students who wanted to learn gold-leaf techniques. There were probably three or four women in my class, and it was very hard to get a job. The guys at the sign shops said that I was too small and short (I was), that I couldn’t carry my ladders, I couldn’t do this, I couldn’t do that.
He had coffee, doughnuts, and brushes all lined up. He was devastated. He said that he didn’t think he could teach the class with just one student. I begged him not to send me away. I told him that I’d been looking forward to the class for weeks. “I can see that you have a fire in your belly,” he said. ” I was his student for two weeks, and then he passed away suddenly. I never had the chance to finish the class and didn’t know him well, but I was invited to his funeral. At the ceremony his daughter came up to me and asked if I was Norma Jeanne.