If you start walking north on Trade Street from the Fiddlin’ Fish parking lot, you will find that the Downtown Arts District has expanded into Industry Hill between Eighth and Ninth streets.
Three faces, a deconstructed city skyline, and plant forms emerge from the side of the Winston Junction Market, spray-painted there by Georgie Nakima, a Winston-Salem State University alumna who lives in Charlotte.
The 30-foot mural, “Synergy,” is about reflecting the history and future of Winston-Salem, “And we really wanted to offer an opportunity to have some creative dialogue on the city as it progresses and have an honest piece of artwork that represents where we are,” Nakima said.
It was to have been publicly unveiled Saturday evening.
Nakima graduated from WSSU, in 2012 with a degree in biology. “I’ve always been an artist. I always drew and painted,” she said. “I became attracted to scientific illustration, and I would design and…