Let your light shine mural

located at riley's salon

919 Columbia ave. downtown franklin

The "Let Your Light Shine" Mural is an uplifting exterior mural made to encourage all ages to be a shining light in the world. Vibrant colors with a radiating circular design draws you in and upward to the elegant wording. Red, yellow, blue, orange and coral colors all work toward the feeling of happiness and hope. Our goal is to feature other local charities and share how students and families can give back to their communities. In addition, all elementary schools located in the Williamson County School District will have a "Let Your Light Shine" educational coloring page of the mural to educate students the importance of being kind, staying positive and giving back to those in need.

The artist for our mural is Amy Stielstra a professional, award-winning graphic artist as well as fine artist that has mastered many mediums including drawing, painting with watercolor, encaustic wax, acrylics, pastels, multimedia and illustrations. Ray's family is grateful that Ms. Stielstra has worked so closely with the family to gather all of Ray's ideas and create exactly what he wanted. 

The City of Franklin, Franklin Arts Commission, Williamson County School District, Leigh Webb, Johnny Peppers, The Mae's Family, Mrs. Pinder-Hunt, Claudia and Spencer Lackey and Michaela Tropeano, Kathy Atkins, Gaines Family, Julie Murphy, Carrie Greening, Dumont Family, Plum Family, Berra Family, Andersen Family, Dan and Ruth Childers, Jessica and Keri Locklier, Abbot Family, Roark Family, Evangeline Obrero, Ricki and Gary Keckley, Parker Family and McClanahan Family

Take a picture with the mural and share with the hashtags

#Rayoflighttn and #letyourlightshinemural

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