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EPB completes final wall of 10th Street Substation murals

The 10th Street Substation mural project features 41 murals that have been completed over the course of four years.

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Pictured are the 10 local artists who worked on this portion of the project.

Photo provided by EPB

EPB recently unveiled the final wall of murals of its 10th Street Substation — completing the four-year project.

Ending on the final theme of “The Magic of Unity,” these murals highlight “the possibilities of change when we work together as one.”

  • “Together We Shine Brighter” by Christen McNelly
  • “Collective Magic” by Jaclyn Lewis
  • “The Magician” by Jerome Foster
  • “The Art of Unity” by Juanita Montgomery
  • “Lift One Another” by Justin Butts
  • “Double Dutch” by Karen Estes
  • “Seeds of Hope” by Lexi D’Ambrosio
  • “Bessie” by Olivia Reckert
  • “ChattUnity” by Rea Shaw
  • “Garment of Destiny” by Sofia Rudakevych

“Thanks to EPB for having the vision to create a space for community art,” said ArtsBuild President James McKissic. “The mural project has transformed this section of 10th Street into a point of pride for the local art community and for the MLK neighborhood.”
You can check out the new murals on the southeast-facing wall of the substation (facing the Douglas Heights Apartments).

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