"I never name them," Chapel Hill artist Michael Brown says of his outdoor murals. "The public's going to be living with this, and they'll start calling it something, and it wouldn't matter what I call it." Brown is painting a mural of seven children's faces, painted in the style of children's drawings, on the N.C. 54 off ramp at Jones Ferry Road in Carrboro.
"I never name them," Chapel Hill artist Michael Brown says of his outdoor murals. "The public's going to be living with this, and they'll start calling it something, and it wouldn't matter what I call it." Brown is painting a mural of seven children's faces, painted in the style of children's drawings, on the N.C. 54 off ramp at Jones Ferry Road in Carrboro. PHOTOS BY Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com
"I never name them," Chapel Hill artist Michael Brown says of his outdoor murals. "The public's going to be living with this, and they'll start calling it something, and it wouldn't matter what I call it." Brown is painting a mural of seven children's faces, painted in the style of children's drawings, on the N.C. 54 off ramp at Jones Ferry Road in Carrboro. PHOTOS BY Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com

Mural work begins on N.C. 54 in Carrboro

July 19, 2016 2:15 PM