If you walk by what used to be a nondescript storage building on the western side of the Commuter rail tracks in Waltham, don't be surprised that it now looks like something out of a crayon box.
A new public art mural has gone up on the building thanks to a small community effort of artists and a former city councilor.
Artist Dana Woulfe began the mural on Monday, Sept. 16 after receiving permission from the building's owner and receiving grant money for the project from the Waltham Cultural Council, according to Woulfe and Pat Felco, of the Lincoln Arts project.
Using a photo of lights in motion at night in a city scene, Woulfe is painting the mural along the entire length of the building. He is hoping to finish the mural by Friday, Sept. 27.
Check out the video of Woulfe working on the mural.