Artist Amy Ringholz is expected to paint a work on an outdoor wall in Park City about the time of the Sundance Film Festival. Photo courtesy Gallery Mar.
Sundance: Park City could be a canvas, but not Banksy’s this time
Art » Artist Amy Ringholz is expected to paint wildlife scene on wall along upper Swede Alley.
By Jay Hamburger
| The Park Record
First Published Oct 20 2013 01:01 am • Last Updated Oct 20 2013 06:57 pm
Park City • An artist, it appears, will be painting Old Town Park City during the Sundance Film Festival.
But it will not be Banksy, the famous graffiti artist who left his mark during Sundance in 2010.
A City Hall panel recently endorsed the idea of allowing an artist to paint a piece on a wall along upper Swede Alley.
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