The fresco within the Wide Open Walls honors 4 indigenous sacraments

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AND ADMINISTRATION OF UGDR. GULSTAN: Well, THERE’S A FESCO IN WKSOR HONORGIN FR SACRAMENTANS, GIANA DIDIEN, ACCORDING TO LAVAR BERTON AND ARTISTS WHO CONTINUE TO WORK ON THE FACE OF THE GOVERNING ARTIST, Wayne Taikto. IT REALLY IS. >> WE CELEBRATE THE SACRAMENT AND CELEBRATE ART, AND THERE’S DIFFERENCE. GULSTAN: Well, MURALSN O 12TH AND R, IF YOU WANT TO WATCH. THIS IS STILL WORK AT EXPENDITURE

A new mural within the Wide Open Walls honors the 4 Indigenous Sacraments

Joan Didion, Ras Solomon, Levar Burton and Wayne Thibault at the mural near 12th and R


The mural, which works for the Wide Open Walls festival, honors the four natives of the sacraments. Artist Matt Haynes of Twisted Track Gallery paints the faces of Joan Didion, Rasa Solomon, Levar Burton and Wayne Thibaut. “The sacrament is wonderful. I think these four people really represent it,” Haynes said. “Wide Open Walls celebrates the Sacrament and art, and that’s the difference.” Haynes added that he is a big fan of the people represented in this mural. “I’m a big fan of Ross Solomon and Wayne Thibaut, so seeing both of them in the mural behind my gallery is really special,” he said. The fresco is next to 12th and R. streets. Artists with wide open walls will continue to work Sunday.

The mural, which works for the Wide Open Walls festival, honors the four natives of the sacraments.

Artist Matt Haynes of Twisted Track Gallery paints the faces of Joan Didion, Rasa Solomon, Levar Burton and Wayne Thibaut.

“The sacrament is great. I think these four people really represent it,” Haynes said. “Wide Open Walls celebrates the Sacrament and art, and that’s the difference.”

Haynes added that he is a big fan of the people represented in this mural.

“I’m a big fan of Ross Solomon and Wayne Thibaut, so seeing both of them in the mural behind my gallery is really special,” he said.

The fresco is located near 12th and R. streets.

Artists with wide open walls continue to work until Sunday.

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