Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Not contacted, mural artist "stunned by the governor's decision"

In the Lewiston Sun Journal:

"Last week, a spokesman for LePage said the mural would remain at the Labor Department until the administration found a new home. But over the weekend the administration ordered workers to remove the piece and put it in storage.

The administration declined to reveal the mural's location. Dan Demeritt, a spokesman for LePage, said the removal did not cost the state any money because workers were already present at the facility.

Judy Taylor, the artist who made the mural, said she has no idea where the mural is being kept. Taylor said the governor's office has not contacted her since the controversy began."

To read the full story, see: http://www.sunjournal.com/state/story/1006908

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