Artist Philip Coleman at Work
Philip Coleman’s work in progress — a mural on the side of the Beverly Gas & Tire that provides a glimpse into the Gloucester Crossing neighborhood in the 1940s. Coleman, who has painted several other murals in Beverly, volunteered to paint the mural free of charge, using paint and supplies from Beverly Gas & Tire and a boom lift from Martin’s Construction Company.
I love the 1940s theme, especially the old cars and service station, and the trompe-l’œil effect that looks like the past is always there below the surface, waiting to be revealed (because it is.)
Beverly Gas & Tire
383 Cabot Street
Artist recreates 1940s scene — Article from Wicked Local Salem