Anti-Semitic Graffiti Entices Artist to Create Grandeur at Mandeville Synagogue
Oct 31 2018

Anti-Semitic Graffiti Entices Artist to Create Grandeur at Mandeville Synagogue

By: Philip Flettrich

Recent Anti-Semitic events are hitting closer to home for one Mandeville community. Swastikas and other vulgar messages were spray-painted on the wall of the Northshore Jewish Congregation. One Metairie resident decided to step in and help a saddened community. Artist Laurie Alan Browne decided to turn “lemons into lemonade,” and make something beautiful bloom out of hurtful despair. Browne turned the graffiti into a beautiful sunflower mural to show that anything can be made beautiful.  

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