Taylor Sheeley recreates an iconic image of Marilyn Monroe for her piece at the Street Art Festival last year in downtown Highland.
Taylor Sheeley recreates an iconic image of Marilyn Monroe for her piece at the Street Art Festival last year in downtown Highland. Curt Libbra clibbra@bnd.com
Taylor Sheeley recreates an iconic image of Marilyn Monroe for her piece at the Street Art Festival last year in downtown Highland. Curt Libbra clibbra@bnd.com

Art will be popping off the street and out of trees at Highland festival

September 15, 2017 08:18 AM

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