Teamwork Brings Juneau Public Art Piece Together

Creative teamwork is behind a nearly finished piece of public art in downtown Juneau.

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by Associated Press

JUNEAU- Creative teamwork is behind a nearly finished piece of public art in downtown Juneau.

Several locals have conceived and created the new mural on an exterior back wall of Taku Lanes, a Willoughby Avenue bowling alley.

The art is the idea of Agi Bellagh, a nearby resident who looked at the blank back wall and saw an opportunity for art.

Also part of the team is educator and artist Heather Ridgway, who enlisted fellow artist Jestoni Feliciano, a recent Juneau Douglas high school graduate.

Feliciano created the mural's bold design of cubes and faces, and is now painting at with the help of his friend, Adriana Botelho.

Building owners, Cindy and Barry Stuart, donated paint for the mural and so did another local, Kathy Hill.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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