Peyton Scott Russell’s “Icon of a Revolution” is a huge portrait of George Floyd’s face in shades of grey, black and white spray paint. A single tear drops from the corner of his eye. This 12-by-12-foot plywood structure is mounted on two-by-fours and looms over the space in the square and is a beacon for visitors to stop and take pictures.
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