College of Coastal Georgia News
There is a beautiful, new—and very welcoming—mural in Downtown Brunswick painted by faculty and students of the College of Coastal Georgia. Jeff LeMieux, professor of art; Aurora Pope, assistant professor of visual art; Lauren Moyer, local artist and art student; and Jacob Billings, an art graduate of the College and local artist, painted the mural as part of the Brunswick Mural Project. The mural, which is located along Reynolds Street facing Richmond Street, was sponsored by the Downtown Development Authority and the Brunswick-Glynn County Joint Water and Sewer Commission.
The artists were presented with a check for their work on the mural by Matthew Hill, executive director of the Downtown Development Authority and Jay Sellars, director of administration for the Brunswick-Glynn County Joint Water and Sewer Commission.
The Brunswick Mural Project is an effort by local artists to develop a sense of community pride, belonging, and the creation of a healthy, thriving community through art. LeMieux proposed and designed the mural.
(From left to right) Brunswick City Commissioner Julie Martin, local artist Jacob Billings, art student and artist Lauren Moyer, Assistant Professor of Visual Art Aurora Pope, and Professor of Art Jeff LeMieux, stand in front of the completed mural as Executive Director of the Downtown Development Authority Matthew Hill and Jay Sellars, director of administration of the Brunswick-Glynn County Joint Water and Sewer Commission present them with a check for their work. (Photo provided by Jay Sellars)
Aurora Pope adds her creativity and skill to the "Welcome to Brunswick Georgia" mural. (Photo provided)
College of Coastal Georgia art student Lauren Moyer (left) and Jacob Billings (right), a local artist and Coastal Georgia art graduate paint the mural that they hope will inspire community pride. (Photo provided)