Something Different-Downtown Mural

Alexandra Kontrimas tosses a can of spray paint up to fellow artist Gabriel Prusmack as the pair paint a large mural on the side of the old Galveston Ice and Cold Storage Co. building, 102-104 21st St. in downtown Galveston, on Thursday, April 16, 2020. The historic building, erected in 1910, is now home to lofts and office space. The mural, which depicts a pair of polar bears frolicking on a snowy landscape, has adorned the building for many years. The artists are restoring it.

Alexandra Kontrimas tosses a can of spray paint up to fellow artist Gabriel Prusmack as the pair paint a large mural on the side of the old Galveston Ice and Cold Storage Co. building, 102-104 21st St. in downtown Galveston, on Thursday, April 16, 2020. The historic building, erected in 1910, is now home to lofts and office space. The mural, which depicts a pair of polar bears frolicking on a snowy landscape, has adorned the building for many years. The artists are restoring it.

Stuart Villanueva: 409-683-5336; Stuart.Villanueva@galvnews.com

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Carlos Ponce

Nice picture!

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