A team of artists, including the artist behind the Florida playa, has just unveiled a mural at the end of a two-lane road near the site of the planned Miami Miami-Dade Playa.
The work is an ambitious undertaking, and the artists behind it hope to change perceptions of the project.
“This is a project that is really challenging,” said Jessica E. Johnson, the project’s principal artist.
“I don’t want people to see this as just a mural.”
The artists, called Blue Beam Project, have been working on the project since February.
The Miami Herald first reported the project on March 17.
A couple weeks later, Miami Mayor Carlos Gimenez announced plans to spend $50 million to build the $10 billion Miami-Miami International Airport.
The airport is supposed to open in 2024, and it will be the largest single airport project in U.S. history.
The project has also been criticized for its environmental impact.
The murals, which are a combination of colored pencils and acrylic paint, are meant to convey the impact of the airport’s construction.
The Miami Herald obtained an exclusive preview of the work, which was made public Friday.
It shows a street named after President Donald Trump and a street in which Trump’s daughter Ivanka was born.
The street where Trump’s family lives also has an icon that reads, “Drain the Swamp.”
In the painting, the work’s theme is “Dirty Politics.”
“This street is a reflection of the Trump administration, and also the fact that there is a lot of corruption, and we’re seeing it in a lot more cities and states,” Johnson said.
“People are paying more for things that they know are going to destroy the environment.”
The murals were designed by Johnson’s husband, J.J. Johnson.
They were painted by an artist in Miami, and were made in a house in Miami-Fort Lauderdale that he had purchased in 2011.
The painting, which is about four feet by five feet, is one of several that the artist has done in Miami.
The mural’s artist, who was not identified, said he wanted to create a powerful message that would speak to the issues facing Miami.
The mural was painted in a color scheme reminiscent of the murals that have been painted in the area around the project site, said E.J., the artist.
She said she was inspired by the work of the artist David Sosa.
“We have been involved with the mural project since 2012 and it has been something that I have been really inspired by, but it has always been a lot bigger,” E.S., said.
The two artists hope to create art that is powerful enough to make people take notice.
“It’s not just a street, it’s a project, it is a movement that has a lot going on,” she said.
Aerial view of the Miami-Broward International Airport on June 30, 2021.
(Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)In recent years, Miami-Boca Raton has become a hotbed for political activism.
The city voted for President Donald J. Trump in November 2016, but the Miami Beach International Airport was not part of that vote.
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Lauderdale airport is slated to open this year, and will be used by many different international airlines.
In February, Johnson’s son, JT, filed a federal lawsuit alleging that the airport is violating the U.K. Unfair Competition Act.
A judge in the case dismissed the complaint last month.
“The artists hope that this project can help change minds in this community, and that it will bring attention to the fact there is corruption and that there are people that are taking advantage of the situation,” Ej said.