Celebrate New Mural for Woonasquatucket Greenway Bike Path and Partnership between The Avenue Concept and Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC).

[ 0 ] August 1, 2014 |

The Watershed Mural is a tribute to the newly installed Woonasquatucket River Bike Path in Olneyville behind the Rising Sun Mills on Valley Street and Delaine.

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The Avenue Concept’s resident artist, Nick Guilbert took on this 70 ft x 20 ft wall with impressive artistic skill.  The Watershed Mural showcases local foliage and wildlife, while incorporating urban culture.  The Avenue Concept would like to thank the WRWC and The Greco Brothers for allowing the opportunity to create such a large public work of art.

The Watershed Mural is located behind the Rising Sun Mills in Olneyville.  Music for the event provided by The Avenue DJ Workshop.

The Avenue Concept and WRWC continue to support the growth of The Greenway Bike Path and are encouraged by the great success of this mural project; which brought together local artists, business owners, community activists and city officials.

The Watershed Mural is a tribute to the newly installed Woonasquatucket River Bike Path in Olneyville behind the Rising Sun Mills on Valley Street and Delaine.  Avenue Artist, Nick Guilbert, spent weeks working on this ginormous project.  Special thanks to Sonoma Court and the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council.

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