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Powder

"Powder" by Portuguese artist Daniel Eime is a painted large-scale mural on the wall of a San Antonio Fire Department storage facility at the corner of Burnet and Cherry Streets near the Hays Street Bridge. Eime used his signature style that combines stenciling and photo-realist imagery to represent Texas, past and present. This public art project was commissioned by Public Art San Antonio and was supported by the 2012-2017 Bond Program and the National Endowment for the Arts Our Town Grant Program.
"Powder" combines stenciling and photo-realist imagery to represent the Texas' past and present. 

Accession#: 2016.EIM.01
Artist First Name: Daniel
Artist Last Name: Eime
More About Artist URL: http://www.danieleime.com/
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Type: mural paintings (visual works)
Media 1: paint
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Completion Year: 2016
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Location Name: San Antonio Fire Department Storage Facility
Artwork Address: 502 Burnet St, San Antonio, TX
Zip Code: 78202
Point X: -98.475844
Point Y: 29.428811
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Council District: 2
Map Point Color: Peach




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502 Burnet St, San Antonio, TX

Additional Directions: San Antonio Fire Department Storage Facility

Powder

Artist: Daniel Eime
Category: categoryFacilities categoryInfrastructure/Streets categoryNeighborhood
Details: mural paintings (visual works), paint
Date completed: 2016
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"Powder" by Portuguese artist Daniel Eime is a painted large-scale mural on the wall of a San Antonio Fire Department storage facility at the corner of Burnet and Cherry Streets near the Hays Street Bridge. Eime used his signature style that combines stenciling and photo-realist imagery to represent Texas, past and present. This public art project was commissioned by Public Art San Antonio and was supported by the 2012-2017 Bond Program and the National Endowment for the Arts Our Town Grant Program.


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