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Urban landscape artists paint Salesforce Tower as it becomes city’s tallest

Finally, a subject that always sits still We’ve shown off some of Noe Valley-based Laura Wigham’s urban watercolors before. Wigham finds her muse in local construction sites, setting up shop next to major new projects and creating impressionistic updates of their progress. (She paints everyday street scenes too, but for obvious reasons we like her buildings-in-progress series best.
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