Muralist at Work

<i>Lawrence School Garden</i>
Student working on <i>Lawrence School Garden Mural</i>
Detail of <i>Native Waters</i>
Community volunteers painting <i>Native Waters</i> in Atlanta, Georgia.
<i>Amherst Community History Mural</i>
Detail of <i>Amherst Community History Mural</i>
<i>Alewife Reservation</i>
Painting <i>Lifeline</i>
Detail for <i>Mystic River Mural</i>
Detail for <i>Mystic River Mural</i>
Detail for <i>Mystic River Mural</i>
Detail for <i>Mystic River Mural</i>
Student painting a section of <i>Mystic River Mural</i>
<i>Sunday Afternoon on the Charles</i>

above, see additional images of work by mural painter David Fichter, beyond what appeared in print. In the video below, Fichter describes some aspects of his art, which was portrayed in an article in the Montage section of Harvard Magazine.  There's an exploration of Sunday on the Charles River, a large mural on one side of a Trader Joe's food market in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and details and images from several of his other murals. 

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