The finishing touches are being applied to a five-story mural on a building in the heart of downtown Binghamton.
Danae Brissonnet of Quebec and her mother Daphne have been working on the giant public art project for the past three weeks.
Brissonnet used a wide array of colors of paint she mixed specifically for the Binghamton project.
The 3,500-square-foot mural covers the south side of the building that is home to the Rathskeller pub.
According to a news release issued by Broome County government, building owner Chrissy Pasquale-Urso has been enthusiastic about the project. She said she "thought Danae's whimsical and colorful aesthetic would be the perfect fit for our wall that welcomes residents and visitors to the downtown area."
A mural dedication to celebrate the project is scheduled for Friday at 2:30 p.m.
Brissonnet said she and her mom plan to return to Canada after they complete the Binghamton project. She said she expects to travel to the Detroit area next month to work a community mural there.
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