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Local Artists Create Mini Murals At Future Long Branch Beer Garden

Travis Tanay Photography
Travis Tanay Photography
Travis Tanay Photography
Travis Tanay Photography
Travis Tanay Photography
Travis Tanay Photography
Travis Tanay Photography
Travis Tanay Photography
Travis Tanay Photography
The Whiechapel Projects, a Long Branch-based venue currently being developed into a nanobrewery, restaurant and art destination, recently hosted a event where local artists created mini murals on the exterior of the Long Branch-based venue on the corner of Broadway and Second Avenue.
Liquitex,an industry leader and innovator in acrylic paints, sprays, markers and art supplies, supported the participating artists with all necessary art supplies.
Participating artists included Gary Mellon, Jenn Shauger, Jimmy Leslie, Neil O'Brien, Puddin Aylward, Robert Leecock and Scott Thiele
"I am excited to welcome and showcase the works of such a talented group of artists at The Whitechapel Projects. Their participation in this celebration of art marks the third major installation in an ongoing creative movement that is shaping the evolution of the space," said Preston Casertano, owner of The Whitechapel Projects.
The murals will remain intact during the reconstruction process of the interior of the building which could open in time for the summer of 2016.


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