Friday, September 02, 2011

Trib: Mt. Lebanon mural provides an artful solution

A giant-sized "Welcome to Mt. Lebanon" mural soon will greet southbound travelers entering the municipality on Washington Road, a project that will not only solve a problem but showcase the municipality and its native talent, its developers say.

Ashley Hodder, a muralist and art teacher who grew up in Mt. Lebanon, is painting the postcard-style mural on the north side of the former Dyke Auto Supply Building. The building, owned by John Dyke of Carnegie, hosts Pamela's P&G Diner, Miller Auto Parts and Washington Road Automotive, a repair business. The mural is on the Pamela's side of the building, near St. Bernard Catholic Church.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds like a nice idea....there is also a colorful mural on a wall on the south side of Shady Drive East, across from the Public Safety Center building.

Bill Lewis

September 03, 2011 12:51 PM  
Anonymous Steve Jameson said...

Sorry was a billboard and still is a billboard.

September 05, 2011 8:27 PM  

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