The Miami Herald reports that this year’s new murales on the south side of the city include a mural of a butterfly and an ornamental flower wall mural.
The mural, which was created by the artist Michael Tice, was completed in September and will appear on the second floor of the Museum of Contemporary Art at 16th Street and Canal Street.
It depicts a butterfly on the Miami Beach skyline.
Tice was born in Puerto Rico but came to the United States in 1990 and studied painting in New York.
He moved to the city in 2013, and is a member of the Miami-Dade Arts Commission.
The murals were inspired by the life of Miami Marlins outfielder Carlos Beltran, whose story is featured on the wall mural, according to the Miami Herald.
Beltran, a Cuban-American, died in October at the age of 32 after a battle with colon cancer.
He is buried in Miami.