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  • Maren Conrad explains the significance of koi fish in her MARRS Building mural

    Sacramento artist Maren Conrad is painting a mural that spans the back of midtown's MARRS Building during the Wide Open Walls mural event. Conrad said the design is partly an homage to Chinese immigrants who helped build California's railroads.

Sacramento artist Maren Conrad is painting a mural that spans the back of midtown's MARRS Building during the Wide Open Walls mural event. Conrad said the design is partly an homage to Chinese immigrants who helped build California's railroads. Matt Kawahara The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento artist Maren Conrad is painting a mural that spans the back of midtown's MARRS Building during the Wide Open Walls mural event. Conrad said the design is partly an homage to Chinese immigrants who helped build California's railroads. Matt Kawahara The Sacramento Bee

Take a virtual tour of Sacramento’s newest murals

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