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New mural

The fifth mural along Gloucester’s Main Street went up earlier this month. Commissioned by the Cook Foundation, the 50-foot overhang of the Hudson Building (located next door to the Arts on Main gallery) was transformed to a beehive of activity by Richmond artist Matt Lively (shown here on Friday). Featuring the beehive symbol of Gloucester, the mural also contains a field of daffodils and, as a final touch, the artist added his signature Unicycle Bees riding and flying through the scene. The mural joins four others also commissioned by the Cook Foundation, which celebrate the legacy of Pocahontas and T.C. Walker, Gloucester’s daffodils and its waterfront. The mural painting kicks off the Gloucester Arts Festival, a monthlong celebration of the arts in June. For more on the festival and the rest of the summer fun, see this week’s special pull-out section.

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