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  • Art installed at Renaissance West

    Artist Monique Luck called on area residents to help her create a mixed media collage officially titled ""Dreams of the Past, Present and Future"" and unofficially, "Welcome Back", for the Renaissance community, a new mixed-income community on West Boulevard, former site of Boulevard homes.

Artist Monique Luck called on area residents to help her create a mixed media collage officially titled ""Dreams of the Past, Present and Future"" and unofficially, "Welcome Back", for the Renaissance community, a new mixed-income community on West Boulevard, former site of Boulevard homes. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer
Artist Monique Luck called on area residents to help her create a mixed media collage officially titled ""Dreams of the Past, Present and Future"" and unofficially, "Welcome Back", for the Renaissance community, a new mixed-income community on West Boulevard, former site of Boulevard homes. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer

In a place once torn by violence, an artist found a surprising way to help people remember – and move forward.

November 10, 2016 5:14 PM