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|Keywords:||Memphis Center Fellowship in the Arts;Public art|
|Publisher:||Memphis, Tenn. : Art Department, Rhodes College|
|Abstract:||The Mississippi River Mural is located in the Barabo Alley, off of South Main Street. Along with the two other installations in the alley, Soul Color and the Tiger Mural, they are all painted on large wooden squares, taking the shape of three small murals. The base layer of the Mississippi River mural is constituted of various book pages with the painting of birds eye view of the area surrounding the Mississippi River. The artist of Mississippi River is unknown.|
|Description:||This digital image was taken by Amy Schulz, class of 2019, a Memphis Center Fellow in the Arts. This image was edited and uploaded to DLynx during spring 2017 in the Visual Resources Center.|
|Appears in Collections:||Memphis Art Project Image Collection|
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