A watercolor and ink painting of racing Greyhounds by Alice Holleman covers a blank billboard on Wendover Road in Charlotte.
A watercolor and ink painting of racing Greyhounds by Alice Holleman covers a blank billboard on Wendover Road in Charlotte. COURTESY OF ALICE HOLLEMAN
A watercolor and ink painting of racing Greyhounds by Alice Holleman covers a blank billboard on Wendover Road in Charlotte. COURTESY OF ALICE HOLLEMAN

Freelance artist Alice Holleman’s painting lands on a billboard

March 04, 2015 1:12 PM

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