Sunday, June 02, 2013

Hands across Borton (maybe a mural, part 47)

¡Hola, Tucson! — listeners from this morning's Fred and Jeff Show, and all the rest of you, too. This morning, I'll be a guest on the second half of the show (which runs from 11 to noon); soon after you should also be able to hear a podcast online at their website. In the meantime, here's a mural photo and — in case this is your first visit — some info about this blog. (You can read more in the page titled, appropriately enough, About this blog.)

This occasional “maybe a mural” series shows things that you might, or might not, call a “mural.” This one almost definitely isn't, but I thought it'd make a nice break from all of the flat art we've been posting here :)...

This was out front (the north side) of Elizabeth Borton Magnet School, on the southeast corner of 22nd & Euclid, August 17, 2012. Here's a close-up of some of those hands:

Unfortunately, the hands were gone when I rode by yesterday... it's just a box of soil now.

We've got a big backlog of murals to post, and this was at the top of the stack. To see some newer murals, scroll on down to some of the earlier posts.

You can also find murals by:
  • Scrolling down a bit until you see the Blog Archive in the right column. There you can find murals back to the day Randy Garsee started this blog (in July, 2006).
  • Typing a street name, artist name, or something else about the mural in the search box at the right side of any page on this blog.
  • Using the murals map, table of murals, or murals tour. They're all on the murals page.
Thanks for visiting! I hope you enjoy Tucson's nearly 1,000 murals (and counting) on these pages.

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