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Published: Friday, July 6, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Work begins on Edmonds mural

  • Dustin Whaley, 17, of Marysville, spray paints Thursday afternoon during the beginning stages of his mural at Edmonds Artworks. Whaley received a mate...

    Annie Mulligan / For The Herald

    Dustin Whaley, 17, of Marysville, spray paints Thursday afternoon during the beginning stages of his mural at Edmonds Artworks. Whaley received a materials stipend from the Edmonds Arts Commission to create the second installment of the city's "On the Fence" public art project. The finished mural will hang for a month at Edmonds Artworks.



Story tags » Arts (general)Edmonds

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