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Once in a Millennium Moon by Meg Saligman, AT&T Building, Cotton and Marshall Streets, Shreveport, Louisiana, 2000-2001. 30,000 square feet, Nova Color and non woven media. Known best as the nation's largest publicly funded mural, Once in a Millennium Moon is a giant celebration of life and its cycles. This mural draws attention to the idea of how much we are all part of one big cycle, moving from birth to death, and all the forms that come in between, all which we find necessary to go through to feel complete in this world. This mural focused on figures because of the effect that the people in Shreveport's community had on the artist immediately upon arriving there. The artist's team consisted of Kelly McDade, Patrick Marshall, Amy Riche, Cesar Viveros, and Buddy West.
Also by Gail O'Bannon
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