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Preparations are underway in Lynn for Beyond Walls second mural festival

Mural festival wall preparation

Justin Desmond, director of organizing for local IUPAT DC 35 of Quincy, left, and fellow union member Rob Jelley of Melrose pressure wash the side of Beden Hardware in preparation for the Beyond Walls mural festival.

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Mural festival wall preparation

Luis Junior of Lynn, an employee at Beden Hardware, fills in cracks in the brick with cement to prepare the wall for primer before the Beyond Walls mural festival.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Mural festival wall preparation

Rob Jelley, a member of Local union IUPAT DC 35 from Melrose, pressure washes the side of Beden Hardware in preparation for the Beyond Walls mural festival.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Mural festival wall preparation

Rob Jelley, a member of Local union IUPAT DC 35 from Melrose, pressure washes the side of Beden Hardware in preparation for the Beyond Walls mural festival.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Mural festival wall preparation

Justin Desmond, director of organizing for local IUPAT DC 35 of Quincy, left, and fellow union member Rob Jelley of Melrose pressure wash the side of Beden Hardware in preparation for the Beyond Walls mural festival.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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LYNN — The murals that come out of the Beyond Walls Festival don’t just show up. There’s a team behind prepping the walls before their colorful revitalization. Painters & Allied Trades District Council #35  have prepped, power washed, and primed each of the walls in preparation of their murals since the festival’s 2017 debut. They…

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