Monticello Avenue mural gets dedicated today

The Charlottesville Mural Project is dedicating its first mural this afternoon, at 4pm on the Monticello Avenue side of the Ix warehouse. Local artist Avery Lawrence, CMP director Ross McDermott and their little helpers have been hard at work on this 3,160-square-foot endeavor for the past few weeks, so if you can’t swing by to hear Mayor Norris speak on the city’s support of public art, and possibly smash a bottle of champagne against the hull of the Ix (fingers crossed), then make sure to drive slow and get an eyeful next time you head down Monticello.

How does she look?

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