New mural (#5) placed on Anderson Drive

The latest Envision Williamston mural is now up. The fifth mural placed in Williamston over the last year or so, is on the side of the building located across from Calvary Church and near the new Anderson Drive “Gateway Welcome Sign”, also an Envision Williamston project. The building has also seen upgrades recently, with new paint and the large message sign being taken down and replaced with the mural. Thomas Addison’s mural design of “Unbroken Chain of Mineral Spring Water”, was brought to life by Palmetto High Art students Kerrigan Campbell and Rebecca Stephen. Art Teacher Gregg Davis led the students over the past several months to complete the project.
“Thanks to our wonderful Palmetto High Art Students for their work on the project,” said Envision Williamston Executive Director Sonya Crandall. “I wish to thank Rodney Ragsdale and his team for putting up the mural. I also wish to send out our heartfelt thanks to Larry Holcombe for letting us post the mural on the side of his building.”
Envision Williamston volunteers were able to complete this project with supplies purchased under the recent Appalachian Regional Commission project – The Williamston Downtown Acceleration Program (WDAP), in collaboration with the Town and the Palmetto Area Cultural Arts Center (PACAC).
“Please enjoy this beautiful new mural for our Town,” Crandall said. “It celebrates the town’s historical roots, special events for the community, emphasis on health and wellness, cultural diversity, and the natural beauty of the town.”
Pictured are Roxanne Hall, Envision Williamston Board Chair Roxanne Hall and Palmetto High art students Kerrigan Campbell and Rebecca Stephen with Teacher Gregg Davis.