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Working with the Irvington Development Organization, Irvington-based artist Michael McAuley created this mural that can be found on the back of the buildings along Washington Street facing the parking lot. The mural speaks to the “renaissance” of the immediate area, as is seen in the redevelopment of many of its buildings. McAuley selected Michelangelo to represent that historical era of profound change, and the figure of God from Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel ceiling represents the act of
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2018
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