Harboring Beauty Mural

191 E Toole Ave Tucson

Murals Of Downtown Tucson/Harboring Beauty Mural
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Starting with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Communications and Illustration, Joe Pagac set out after graduation to explore as many different facets of the art world as possible. With time spent working in fields ranging from construction and sculpture to marketing and event planning, Joe is now able to draw on a vast amount of knowledge to help you make any of your artistic dreams a reality.

The Harboring Beauty Mural depicts humans holding clownfish, and their hair looks like sea anemones. His models were homeless people he paid to pose for the artwork

"The concept is something perceived as ugly harboring something beautiful inside and protecting it," Pagac said.

Located not far from the University of Arizona - Tucson.

Murals Of Downtown Tucson

Harboring Beauty Mural

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