Artist Judith Inglese of Amherst, Mass., snips a piece of ceramic tile while installing the first half of a 180-foot community mural on the outside of the Redlands Christian Migrant Association state headquarters on Main Street in Immokalee Thursday. The ceramic tile mural depicts the history and culture of Immokalee residents, and is the first community art project in the town. Inglese expects to have the first half installed by early next week at which time she will return home to start work on the other half of the mural. RCMA is still searching for funding for the project.

Photo by DAVID AHNTHOLZ, Daily News

Artist Judith Inglese of Amherst, Mass., snips a piece of ceramic tile while installing the first half of a 180-foot community mural on the outside of the Redlands Christian Migrant Association state headquarters on Main Street in Immokalee Thursday. The ceramic tile mural depicts the history and culture of Immokalee residents, and is the first community art project in the town. Inglese expects to have the first half installed by early next week at which time she will return home to start work on the other half of the mural. RCMA is still searching for funding for the project.

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