The murals were commissioned by the City of Dallas and the San Antonio Museum of Art, which has been celebrating the murals for years.
The murals are part of a series called “The Art of the Streets,” which has painted murals across the country since 2015.
In 2016, the City commissioned a series of murals by a group of artists called the “Dallas Museum of Natural History.”
In 2015, the city also commissioned an installation of muralaas by artist Chris Loomis titled “A Tribute to the City.”
In 2017, a mural in the National Mall by artist Robert Crumb featured a woman in a floral headdress holding a piece of metal in her hand.
In 2016, Dallas also commissioned a mural by artist John D. Siegel that is located on the Dallas Art Museum campus.
Other murals in the series include a mural of two women on a bicycle, a street artist named “Mona” and a mural depicting the life of a young man named “Bobby” that was installed on the campus of the University of Texas at Dallas.
The first mural was completed in October of 2016 and featured the faces of two men.
“This was a very collaborative process with the city, the artists and the artists who painted the mural.
We were really trying to make the mural as unique as possible,” said Julie Johnson, a Dallas city commissioner who has been part of the City’s mural project for many years.”
We were very pleased with the results and really pleased with what we were able to do, but we are very happy with the artistry that we are getting from these people,” she added.
Johnson said the first mural in that series, which also featured a mural on the National Gallery of Art campus, received a lot of attention from the public.
“I think it was really special because it was very well received,” she said.
“We wanted to get the word out.
It’s an opportunity to be able to get people to appreciate these murals and they’re very well thought out and well executed.”
The first mural will be the focal point of the new mural in 2019, the first year of the mural project.
There are more than 150 murals planned for the series, with more to come.