Will Hinton, art professor at Louisburg College, examines his work in progress: a 80 x 20 foot mosaic mural displaying the state motto, Esse Quam Videri, which means “To be, rather than to seem.” When complete, it will cover a wall in downtown Louisburg, likely the largest representation of the motto statewide.
Will Hinton, art professor at Louisburg College, examines his work in progress: a 80 x 20 foot mosaic mural displaying the state motto, Esse Quam Videri, which means “To be, rather than to seem.” When complete, it will cover a wall in downtown Louisburg, likely the largest representation of the motto statewide. Josh Shaffer
Will Hinton, art professor at Louisburg College, examines his work in progress: a 80 x 20 foot mosaic mural displaying the state motto, Esse Quam Videri, which means “To be, rather than to seem.” When complete, it will cover a wall in downtown Louisburg, likely the largest representation of the motto statewide. Josh Shaffer

Sculptor makes NC credo stand tall

June 21, 2015 04:09 PM

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