Walls of Hope and the Savannah Code Enforcement… Saving Nina…

Panhandle Slim (Scott Stanton) had to appear before Savannah Code Enforcement regarding one of his paintings he has placed in Savannah as part of his “Walls of Hope” project. There are some members who are at odds with his project as some believe it does not match the city’s aesthetic.

Here is an article about the latest controversy….

One Response to Walls of Hope and the Savannah Code Enforcement… Saving Nina…

  1. Imhotep July 19, 2017 at 11:40 am #

    An artist must have exposure to the public or what he or she is creating is useless to everyone except themselves.

    What Panhandle Slim is doing is reminiscent of what went on in the Paris Salon(s) of the 17th and 18th centuries.

    Keep on trucking Mr. Stanton, and peace be with you.

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