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Are You A Life-force?

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Sally Meier

Sally Meier began painting murals as a 16-year-old high school student, when she painted a wall in the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium ice cream shop. When zookeeper Jack Hanna saw the piece, he asked her to paint another, this time a 20-foot by 25-foot depiction of an elephant on the newly-built pachyderm building at the zoo. From there, Sally went on to study fine arts at Miami University and start her own business, called Admeier-It, painting murals by commission in restaurants and homes.
Artwork Owner
Short North Alliance
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CAAMP, which includes band members Taylor Meier, Evan Westfall, and Matt Vinson, are a local band on the rise. To celebrate their national success, they gifted a mural to the community that they love and call home. The permanent mural, titled "Are You A Life-force?" was created by Meier’s mother... Read more

CAAMP, which includes band members Taylor Meier, Evan Westfall, and Matt Vinson, are a local band on the rise. To celebrate their national success, they gifted a mural to the community that they love and call home. The permanent mural, titled "Are You A Life-force?" was created by Meier’s mother, local muralist Sally Meier, and CAAMP keyboardist Joe Kavalec. Inspired by the band’s album "By and By," released July 26, 2019, the mural depicts the stories told through their music. It is located on the Buttles Avenue side of Bakersfield in the Short North Arts District.

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Installed: 2019

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18 Buttles Ave
Columbus, OH 43215
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