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Library, sister city murals are in the works

 

Dot Bardarson

Justine Pechusal adheres lettering to the a mural that is the design for Seward’s sister city Obihiro, Japan.

Artists work on the mural that will grace the south wall of the new Seward Community Library Museum this spring. Nicole Feemster and her assistant Tekla Seavey can place a few of the 4- x 10-foot panels side-by-side in Feemster’s studio. The mural is 36 panels, and will be the largest in town. Though the project is not a Seward Mural Society endeavor, the group helped with preparation and painting the first five panels.

Dot Bardarson

Nicole Feemster and her assistant Tekla Seavey can place a few of the 4- x 10-foot panels side-by-side in Feemster’s studio.

Justine Pechusal adheres lettering to the a mural that is the design for Seward’s sister city Obihiro, Japan. The reduced-size version was painted in September during the Seward Music and Arts Festival, and will be placed on the east wall of Murphy’s Motel. Pechusal designed the mural and the full size version will go to Obihiro in the fall as a gift from the City of Seward to Obihiro.

 

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