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  • JERREY ROBERTS<br/>Dana Wilde of Williamsburg, left, and Carolyn Clayton of Northampton paint a mural on North Street in Northampton Tuesday. The 128-foot mural depicts a 24-hour sound wave recorded under the adjacent railroad bridge. They started the mural about a month ago with the help of two other artists, Darya Diamond and Perry Huntoon. They hope to have it completed for the Oct. 12 installment of Arts Night Out.

    JERREY ROBERTS
    Dana Wilde of Williamsburg, left, and Carolyn Clayton of Northampton paint a mural on North Street in Northampton Tuesday. The 128-foot mural depicts a 24-hour sound wave recorded under the adjacent railroad bridge. They started the mural about a month ago with the help of two other artists, Darya Diamond and Perry Huntoon. They hope to have it completed for the Oct. 12 installment of Arts Night Out. Purchase photo reprints »

  • Dana Wilde of Williamsburg, left, and Carolyn Clayton of Northampton paint a mural on North Street in Northampton Tuesday. The 128-foot mural depicts a 24-hour sound wave recorded under the adjacent railroad bridge. They started the mural about a month ago with the help of two other artists, Darya Diamond and Perry Huntoon. They hope to have it completed for the Oct. 12 Arts Night Out.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Dana Wilde of Williamsburg, left, and Carolyn Clayton of Northampton paint a mural on North Street in Northampton Tuesday. The 128-foot mural depicts a 24-hour sound wave recorded under the adjacent railroad bridge. They started the mural about a month ago with the help of two other artists, Darya Diamond and Perry Huntoon. They hope to have it completed for the Oct. 12 Arts Night Out.
    JERREY ROBERTS Purchase photo reprints »

  • Dana Wilde of Williamsburg, left, and Carolyn Clayton of Northampton paint a mural on North Street in Northampton Tuesday. The 128-foot mural depicts a 24-hour sound wave recorded under the adjacent railroad bridge. Artists  hope to have it completed for the Oct. 12 installment of Arts Night Out.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS<br/>

    Dana Wilde of Williamsburg, left, and Carolyn Clayton of Northampton paint a mural on North Street in Northampton Tuesday. The 128-foot mural depicts a 24-hour sound wave recorded under the adjacent railroad bridge. Artists hope to have it completed for the Oct. 12 installment of Arts Night Out.
    JERREY ROBERTS
    Purchase photo reprints »

  • JERREY ROBERTS<br/>Dana Wilde of Williamsburg, left, and Carolyn Clayton of Northampton paint a mural on North Street in Northampton Tuesday. The 128-foot mural depicts a 24-hour sound wave recorded under the adjacent railroad bridge. They started the mural about a month ago with the help of two other artists, Darya Diamond and Perry Huntoon. They hope to have it completed for the Oct. 12 installment of Arts Night Out.
  • Dana Wilde of Williamsburg, left, and Carolyn Clayton of Northampton paint a mural on North Street in Northampton Tuesday. The 128-foot mural depicts a 24-hour sound wave recorded under the adjacent railroad bridge. They started the mural about a month ago with the help of two other artists, Darya Diamond and Perry Huntoon. They hope to have it completed for the Oct. 12 Arts Night Out.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Dana Wilde of Williamsburg, left, and Carolyn Clayton of Northampton paint a mural on North Street in Northampton Tuesday. The 128-foot mural depicts a 24-hour sound wave recorded under the adjacent railroad bridge. Artists  hope to have it completed for the Oct. 12 installment of Arts Night Out.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS<br/>
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