Mural by Pamela Edwards
In Greenville, Hunt County Public Art plans to install a huge mural on the Scott & Ray Law building on Washington Street near the Hunt County Courthouse. A graphic abstraction on Hunt County’s natural history by artist Pamela Edwards, the piece pays homage to Greenville’s cotton-farming heritage in a bold, brightly colored design. The modern look is inspired by the natural history of Hunt County, which was once covered entirely in saltwater millions of years ago and was later inhabited by Native Americans.
This mural will be created using funds from the Hearts for the Arts Gala fund-raiser on Feb. 7 in Greenville.
If you’d like to get involved and help support the Gala, get more information here.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Pamela Edwards of Greenville is an enterprising design professional and artist. Edwards, a Los Angeles native, was partially educated in Greenville and recently returned. In addition to a degree in graphic design, she has an extensive creative background, teaching experience, love of nature, and currently instructs painting classes at Downtown Art Party. Edwards’ skill sets include drawing, painting, sculpting, animation, architectural drafting, serigraphy and typographic design.