Artist Jeff Schaller and his family worked on a mural Sunday at Saul Good restaurant in Hamburg. Parts of the mural were painted or screen-printed on cloth at Schaller's studio in Pennsylvania and brought to Lexington, then were adhered to the wall. Other parts were painted directly on the brick. The entire mural was then varnished.
Artist Jeff Schaller and his family worked on a mural Sunday at Saul Good restaurant in Hamburg. Parts of the mural were painted or screen-printed on cloth at Schaller's studio in Pennsylvania and brought to Lexington, then were adhered to the wall. Other parts were painted directly on the brick. The entire mural was then varnished. Mark Ashley
Artist Jeff Schaller and his family worked on a mural Sunday at Saul Good restaurant in Hamburg. Parts of the mural were painted or screen-printed on cloth at Schaller's studio in Pennsylvania and brought to Lexington, then were adhered to the wall. Other parts were painted directly on the brick. The entire mural was then varnished. Mark Ashley

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