Tiles for Relief is a public art project to mark domestic violence awareness month. The molds, which are made of sand and resin, are filled with melted aluminum. After cooling, the molds will break away and the individual tiles will be put together to form a mural.
Tiles for Relief is a public art project to mark domestic violence awareness month. The molds, which are made of sand and resin, are filled with melted aluminum. After cooling, the molds will break away and the individual tiles will be put together to form a mural. Mark Ashley
Tiles for Relief is a public art project to mark domestic violence awareness month. The molds, which are made of sand and resin, are filled with melted aluminum. After cooling, the molds will break away and the individual tiles will be put together to form a mural. Mark Ashley

Tiles made for Lexington public art project on domestic violence

October 23, 2011 12:00 AM

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