To kick off the Rivive! Nashville campaign, this five-story mural composed by Beau Stanton, reveals the theme of the importance of water to all life, big and small.
As Nashville holds the title “Athens of the South,” icons from Greek mythology as well as local influences of stained glass from historical buildings and churches, come together to make this incredible work that can be seen from many high-rise buildings across the city. And let’s not forget about the giant catfish!
The mural is located on the corner of 5th Avenue and Commerce Street in the heart of downtown Nashville, and is conveniently located at the start of the First Saturday Downtown Art Crawl, as well as on the Downtown Trolly Tour route.
About the artist
Brooklyn based artist, Beau Stanton, is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work is inspired by classical paintings, religious iconography, and historical content. Originally from California, Stanton studied illustration at Laguna College of Art and Design and takes his interest of iconic visual symbols to influence his work seen in galleries and as wall art worldwide.
Beau's Rivive! page
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