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




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Hi Lyn. I went out and talked to the artist, Jessica Angel this afternoon. Jessica is a mural artist. Her website is 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.
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?
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Thanks, Harry!
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Hi Teagan! I don't know if it's temporary, but the sheets they pasted up could be just blocking it out.
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Thanks, Couriers!
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