Norris Hall' Mural Now A Part Of Murfreesboro's Color!

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Rutherford Arts Alliance founder Andrea Lowery helps with mural (photo by Frank Caperton)
Ally Farley helps with mural (photo by Frank Caperton)
Charlie Myatt helps with mural (photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Debbie Williams and Marcie Richmond help with mural (photo by Frank Caperton)
(photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Ginne Kate and Lisa Martin with grandmother Lucy Langworthy (photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Ginny Togrye, Mira and Tina Patel (photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Isabella Reisch, Andrea Loughry and Charlie Myatt (photo by Frank Caperton)
Isabella Reisch (photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Judge Don & Rita Ash and the grandkids (photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Kendyl and Kristy Matthews, Steve and Mary Baughman (photo by Frank Caperton)
Leslie Hall Wright (photo by Frank Caperton)
Artist Norris Hall (photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Lucie Burchfield and daughter Mary Evans (photo by Frank Caperton)
Meagan Martin (photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Parker Burchfield, Magnolia Harding (photo by Frank Caperton)
Parker Burchfield (photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Susan Lloyd and Mira Patel (photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Dave Davis, Lisa Nolen (photo by Frank Caperton)

(MURFREESBORO) Saturday (10/19/2019) saw a misty rain and temps in the mid-sixties, but that did not slow several dozen volunteers who joined the Rutherford Arts Alliance in the historic business district to paint colorful murals.

The creative event took place on the east side of the building at 117 East Vine Street, one block from the historic Rutherford County Square.

Local celebrity artist and Murfreesboro native Norris Hall designed the mural, and encouraged the entire community to pitch in and paint by numbers.

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The Rutherford Art Alliance is working to identify, unite and promote arts, culture, and heritage throughout Rutherford County, Tennessee.

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