Brandon Williams and his brother Ryan (not pictured) trace out the scenery of Bishops Peak before they start painting.  The Williams brother's piece is located on Marsh St. and Osos St. and is titled "Bishops Peak."  The Box Art project, a collaboration between the city and the Downtown Association, requisitioned 13 local artists to paint 16 utility boxes located throughout downtown SLO.
Photo by  Nick Lucero 09-25-10
Brandon Williams and his brother Ryan (not pictured) trace out the scenery of Bishops Peak before they start painting. The Williams brother's piece is located on Marsh St. and Osos St. and is titled "Bishops Peak." The Box Art project, a collaboration between the city and the Downtown Association, requisitioned 13 local artists to paint 16 utility boxes located throughout downtown SLO. Photo by Nick Lucero 09-25-10 Tribune
Brandon Williams and his brother Ryan (not pictured) trace out the scenery of Bishops Peak before they start painting. The Williams brother's piece is located on Marsh St. and Osos St. and is titled "Bishops Peak." The Box Art project, a collaboration between the city and the Downtown Association, requisitioned 13 local artists to paint 16 utility boxes located throughout downtown SLO. Photo by Nick Lucero 09-25-10 Tribune

Downtown San Luis Obispo beautification: Art in unexpected places

September 30, 2010 1:09 AM