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Kristen Ramirez, Jay Rasgorshek. Go with the Flow, a mural celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Boise River Greenbelt. Located along the Greenbelt’s Fairview Bridge underpass, Boise, Idaho on August 29, 2019.

The mural is the first of its kind on a section of the pathway managed by the City of Boise.

Artist Kristen Ramirez landed on the phrase “go with the flow” after meeting with community members and local artists. In addition to having various possible meanings, Ramirez feels it reflects the importance of nature, energy, flow, water, the river, movement, and dynamism in Boise’s culture. Of the design, Ramirez says, “I’m sure you’ll see influences from graphic design, modernism, my obsession with all things Mexico (including textiles, color, and architecture), and all the good thinking of the artists of Boise around the type of work they wish to see.”

The mural is a collaboration with local artists Ellen Wilson, Eva Streicher, Jay Rasgorshek, Julia Green, Justin W. John and Nicolet Laursen.
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Kristen Ramirez, Jay Rasgorshek. Go with the Flow, a mural celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Boise River Greenbelt. Located along the Greenbelt’s Fairview Bridge underpass, Boise, Idaho on August 29, 2019.<br />
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The mural is the first of its kind on a section of the pathway managed by the City of Boise.<br />
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Artist Kristen Ramirez landed on the phrase “go with the flow” after meeting with community members and local artists. In addition to having various possible meanings, Ramirez feels it reflects the importance of nature, energy, flow, water, the river, movement, and dynamism in Boise’s culture. Of the design, Ramirez says, “I’m sure you’ll see influences from graphic design, modernism, my obsession with all things Mexico (including textiles, color, and architecture), and all the good thinking of the artists of Boise around the type of work they wish to see.”<br />
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The mural is a collaboration with local artists Ellen Wilson, Eva Streicher, Jay Rasgorshek, Julia Green, Justin W. John and Nicolet Laursen.