Downtown Raleigh adds another splash of color

Two murals painted on opposing train track pillars celebrate the area’s residential history and growing food scene.

A colorful mural of someone eating with chopsticks.

You can peep the “Spill” mural in the background.

Photo by RALtoday

There’s a new colorful corner near Smoky Hollow. The project, created by Gabriel Eng-Goetz and the Glenwood South Neighborhood Collaborative, celebrates the area’s residential history and growing food scene. The Glenwood South Neighborhood Collaborative works toward bringing residents and merchants together to strengthen the downtown community.

Painted on two opposing train track pillars, you can see the installations for yourself between West Johnson and North West streets. Bonus: You can’t miss the “Spill” mural in the background.

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