Mural of La Jolla Walk draws a crowd

La Jolla Community Foundation art committee member Lynda Forsha (arm raised, center right) conducts a free tour of its Murals of La Jolla project. Here, tour members get the story behind ‘Applied,’ by Richard Allen Morris, at 7744 Fay Ave. The walk started and ended at the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, 1008 Wall St. To date, there are 10 such celebrated public murals on privately-owned buildings in La Jolla and Bird Rock. For more information and a list of the mural locations, visit muralsoflajolla.com

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Posted by Staff on Jun 26, 2013. Filed under Art, Outdoors. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

1 Comment for “Mural of La Jolla Walk draws a crowd”

  1. These are beautiful reproductions of artworks printed & mounted on large vinyl(?)
    & attached to the wall just like the large ads you see mounted on walls in Fashion Valley & other malls. These are NOT murals in the classical sense.
    The artist had no hand in the reproduction of his work, other than supplying an already painted image. This is like comparing a print to a lithograph.
    A mural is created & painted ON the wall by the artist. These are NOT murals.

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