Mural on Second Street

November 30, 2016  •  14 Comments

 

With a portable heater blasting in the shadow a few feet away from the cold sun shining on Second Street, women worked pasting a mural on the east side of the Imperial Building in temperatures below forty degrees. At the same time a man painted the shady side of the Silver Street Market a bright green — possibly to extend the illusion of the non-existant green fields portrayed in the mural.  I didn't ask if the mismatched sections of the mural would be somehow corrected or simply "be" part of the art. Update 12-01-2016: I talked to the artist, Jessica Angel, and she has painted in the areas that did not match. She is a mural artist and has Jessica Angel Arts. You can learn more about her work at http://www.jessicaangelarts.com.

 

 


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Off Center & Not Even @ T & L Photos
Hi Lyn. I went out and talked to the artist, Jessica Angel this afternoon. Jessica is a mural artist. Her website is http://www.jessicaangelarts.com if you would like to learn more about her work. Now that the vinyl is up, she has painted in the areas where lines didn't match.
wilder-dreams.com(non-registered)
The multi-colored side of the mural looks pretty trippy. Why do you suppose they did a gender segregation of the work? Also, do you know what organization is in charge of this project?
Off Center & Not Even @ T & L Photos
Thanks, Harry!
Off Center & Not Even @ T & L Photos
Hi Teagan! I don't know if it's temporary, but the sheets they pasted up could be just blocking it out.
Off Center & Not Even @ T & L Photos
Thanks, Couriers!
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