PHOTOS: Airbrushed animals at Urban Safari Rescue Society HQ in South Surrey

PHOTOS: Airbrushed animals at Urban Safari Rescue Society HQ in South Surrey

SOUTH SURREY — Victoria-based airbrush artist Paul Archer revealed the new mural he created for the entrance of the Urban Safari Rescue Society building, on 176th Street in South Surrey, during an unveiling event on May 25.

The four murals were commissioned to reflect “the animal life which is the centre of the society’s mission.”

Word is that Archer, known for his work for big-time rock bands, will also be doing a large-scale version of Grant Wood’s famous “American Gothic” on the side of a barn on the site.

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