Joan Brannon, President of ArtsPower Lexington, and curator of the bus top exhibit tlked abou the project as LexTran, Art in Motion and the Bluegrass Community Foundation unveiled the first of three commissioned art projects at the corner of Third st. and Elm Tree ln. in Lexington on Sunday, May 23, 2010. Photo by Mark Ashley 10119
Joan Brannon, President of ArtsPower Lexington, and curator of the bus top exhibit tlked abou the project as LexTran, Art in Motion and the Bluegrass Community Foundation unveiled the first of three commissioned art projects at the corner of Third st. and Elm Tree ln. in Lexington on Sunday, May 23, 2010. Photo by Mark Ashley 10119 Mark Ashley
Joan Brannon, President of ArtsPower Lexington, and curator of the bus top exhibit tlked abou the project as LexTran, Art in Motion and the Bluegrass Community Foundation unveiled the first of three commissioned art projects at the corner of Third st. and Elm Tree ln. in Lexington on Sunday, May 23, 2010. Photo by Mark Ashley 10119 Mark Ashley

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