NBRS mural15p BGSU art student Jill Keyes, 35, rear and bespectacled, and BGSU art education student Susan Begel, 28, both of Bowling Green, painting the mural. Artists give the Great Black Swamp Mural a much needed facelift in downtown Bowling Green, Ohio on September 11, 2010. The 16-year-old mural will undergo restoration as part of an Artists at Work exhibit during the 2010 Black Swamp Arts Festival. Gordon Ricketts, BGSU art professor and head of the BGSU Arts Village, will lead the restoration. Jetta Fraser/The Blade THE BLADE/JETTA FRASEREnlarge
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Bowling Green State University art student Jill Keyes, 35, back, and art education student Susan Begel, 28, give the Great Black Swamp Mural a face-lift in downtown Bowling Green. The 16-year-old mural underwent restoration as part of an Artists at Work community project exhibit during last weekend's Black Swamp Arts Festival.
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