Work begins this week on a mural on Gloucester Main Street to celebrate the life and legacy of T.C. Walker.
Artist Michael Rosato holds a drawing of the T.C. Walker mural that will be painted on the old building 6769 Main St. in downtown Gloucester. It will take Rosato about two months to paint the detailed mural.
The mural will be painted by artist Michael Rosato on the side of 6769 Main Street, a building owned by Bill Seidel near Walker’s home. Completion is expected in two months.
The Cook Foundation commissioned the artwork in 2019. This will be the fourth Main Street mural, joining others celebrating the legacy of Pocahontas, Gloucester’s daffodils, and its waterfront. The Cook Foundation is a nonprofit, privately funded organization whose mission is to nurture and sponsor the arts in Gloucester County.
Rosato, who lives in Maryland, started the mural as a sketch in his studio, according to a news release. He specializes in large-scale murals and his work can be foun...
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