“Last Forest” Mural To Be Dedicated In Marlinton July 4th

Marlinton, WV – For about a year now, acclaimed muralist and Pocahontas County native Molly Must has been hard at work on a new mural project for the town of Marlinton. Gibbs Kinderman caught up with Must recently as she was working on installing the mural on the House of Style building in Marlinton.

Must is also one of ten West Virginia artists chosen to work on the Peer-to-Pier project in Charleston. That project will depict the history of Charleston on the pillars under Interstate 64 on Washington Street West.

Please click on the above link to hear the conversation between Gibbs and Molly.

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