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Corpus Christi, Texas — Local artist Riagrundhauser tells the history of the Alan Saspas City Hall, a symposium, a wetland, and the people who gathered to make the city a community.
“It’s kind of educating people. Encourage them to protect the nature around us. Respect what we have before it’s gone. We have Take good care of what you have and take care of it, “Grundhauser said.
Grundhauser said he is trying to capture the natural colors of South Texas through artwork.
“Take a step back, relax and look, and you will see them, and they are beautiful.”
This will be the second mural painted by Grundhauser. Her first mural overlooks the wetlands of the Aranthus Pass Aquatic Center.
Kaylynn Paxton, director of community enrichment at Aranzas Pass, said the work personality of Grunhausers really shines.
“Our guests came and can say a little, I saw a bird like that,” Paxton said.
Now that the city is growing, Grundhauser wants the people of Aranzas Pass to be environmentally friendly.
“It means that we need to carefully and consciously understand the effects of all the movements we take,” Grandhauser said.
These murals serve as a reminder of that. A platform for educating and raising awareness of the nature that surrounds us.
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