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History comes alive

By From page A1 | March 04, 2014

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Kaitlyn Griggs, a member of the UC Davis art history club, paints figures Saturday on a 120-foot-wide mural on the the second floor of the parking garage at First and F streets. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo

Kaitlyn Griggs, a member of the UC Davis art history club, paints figures Saturday near a representation of the original Davis Art Center on a 120-foot-wide mural on the second floor of the parking garage at First and F streets in downtown Davis. The mural is designed to commemorate more 60 years of art in Davis.

“The concept of the mural is that you travel through time on the first and third floor as through a vortex,” says organizer John Natsoulas. “Objects of culture and art history will be cascading out.”

From right, Akira Haskell, 7, Mark Rivera, Hanni Newland and Annie Ashmore paint a white base coat on a fence that bookends the mural. At left is John Natsoulas, organizer of the community arts project.

Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photos

Enterprise staff

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