There are many murals that make a statement in a city.
The latest to make waves is the Denver Airport mural, which was painted by artist Jana Zajcic.
The work was recently featured in the Smithsonian magazine.
“I’m not really into urban art,” Zajczic told The Hill.
“I’m more into abstract forms, things that are very abstract.
But I like to work with real things.”
Zajczis murals are mostly about landscapes and people.
But when I asked her what she liked about them, she said she liked how they “were a little more human.”
“I think that’s what’s important about these works, to really look at the human,” she said.
“They’re a little bit more human than I would like to be.
But they’re still very beautiful.”
A mural that captures the city as a whole can also be a political statement, as this is a mural that’s been painted to reflect on the Denver Police Department’s handling of protests in the wake of the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner in 2014.
Zajcis mural includes many references to Denver’s history.
“Denver is always at the center of my life.
When I’m in Denver, I see myself as a member of the city,” she told me.
“It’s a very, very strong, very proud place.
But there’s also a lot of pride that goes into our city.
That’s why I wanted to do something that captured that.
It was really about what we see as Denver.”
Denver has had a long history of public protests and demonstrations.
In the 1970s, the city was the epicenter of the Black Panthers and the Rodney King riots.
In 1979, protests began to erupt, and by 1984, police were firing tear gas canisters at people and breaking up demonstrations.
The mural was painted in 2014 to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the police killing of Eric Garner, who died in a chokehold after being arrested by police in August 2014.
The city is one of the most diverse cities in the U.S., and the mural shows people from all walks of life living and working in the city.
The work is one part of a mural campaign by artist Alex R. Smith, which features the city’s muralist, artist and former mayor, John Hickenlooper, and is part of his work with the Denver Art Museum.
The mural is called “The Great Divide.”
Smith, who is also the lead curator of the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art, told The Denver Post that he and Hickencoopers work is inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, which has captured attention from celebrities such as Beyoncé, Demi Lovato and Beyonce herself.
“The idea of painting that mural was to bring awareness to the fact that we’re in this incredible country where we have so much in common,” he said.
“This is a city where people of color are just being murdered at a disproportionate rate.
It’s really important to us that we keep our voices out there.”