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This mural, of a young woman surrounded by orange rays against a black and white backdrop, was created in 2012 while the artist was still a student. The building’s owner, inspired by all the murals being commissioned by the Arts Council of Indianapolis to celebrate the city’s hosting of Super Bowl XLVI, commissioned the piece to contribute to the initiative. The piece expresses the energy of nearby Mass Ave, with its street-art aesthetic and engaging figure.
Robert Bentley attended Broad
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2012
627 N. East Street, Indianapolis, IN
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