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Joseph Durbin sketches lay on the ground as he works on his mural late in the evening of August 6, 2016 during the Freak Alley Gallery sixth annual mural event in downtown Boise, Idaho.

Joseph didn't realize that he was going to have such a big piece to do. Painting for him is a great outlet. Although he works hard in a manual labor job, putting in the extra work to do something like this was a positive for him.

He thinks that colorful makes you happy and he has always enjoyed seeing swirls, like Starry Night, and loves the feeling that it gives. He incorporated these into his mural as his way to express a positive message in his work.

Freak Alley Gallery's week long event provided an "art-in-motion" experience as it welcomed the public to watch artists work on their murals.
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Joseph Durbin sketches lay on the ground as he works on his mural late in the evening of August 6, 2016 during the Freak Alley Gallery sixth annual mural event in downtown Boise, Idaho.<br />
<br />
Joseph didn't realize that he was going to have such a big piece to do. Painting for him is a great outlet. Although he works hard in a manual labor job, putting in the extra work to do something like this was a positive for him.<br />
<br />
He thinks that colorful makes you happy and he has always enjoyed seeing swirls, like Starry Night, and loves the feeling that it gives. He incorporated these into his mural as his way to express a positive message in his work. <br />
<br />
Freak Alley Gallery's week long event provided an "art-in-motion" experience as it welcomed the public to watch artists work on their murals.