If you've driven along North Stone Avenue between Roger and Limberlost in the past 20 years, you've likely seen this 200-yard-long mural on the east side of Stone: Ten years of Tucson murals, for this blog's 10th anniversary. There are photos of the restoration on lead artist Pasqualina Azzarello's Instagram @pasqualinaazzarello (you don't need an Instagram account to scroll by the photos). Here she's refreshing a star:
Can you imagine how much paint it takes to cover a 200-yard-long mural? (It's a lot.) The team of artists is in the final homestretch to meet their fundraising goals. Their GoFundMe page North Stone Avenue Mural Revitalization Project has details and a place where you can donate. For donations of $50 and above, they'll also hand-paint a star with your name or someone's you choose.
Thanks for your help. I'll hope to see you on Saturday!
Update (December 14, 2021): KGUN 9 TV news ran a story today (with video): Tucson mural along Stone Avenue in need of some restoration.