Mural artist finally goes back to the wall
The paint is flowing again at Cargill Enterprises in South Dunedin, after a vibrant art project earlier hit the wall during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Dunedin artist Claire Rye said the mural, which includes a red Chinese dragon’s head, was to have started in March and be completed in April.
Cargill Enterprises had painted a cream southwest wall blue, but before the planned 15m-long mural could be started, the Level 4 coronavirus lockdown had intervened.
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