Carry The Torch: Project Ricochet Celebrates The Urban Art Collective’s Remarkable Mural of Muhammad Ali on the Share Center
Carry The Torch: Project Ricochet, a community-driven initiative committed to fostering artistic excellence and cultural enrichment, is thrilled to celebrate the exceptional talent of Anthony Skinner, aka Tony Wavy from the Urban Art Collective. In an inspiring endeavor, Tony Wavy of the Urban Art Collective and the African-American Barbershop Initiative has undertaken the creation of a stunning public health art mural, dedicated to the legendary Muhammad Ali. This magnificent piece of art now graces The Share Center located at 572 Georgetown St, Lexington, KY 40508.
Tony Wavy’s mural not only pays heartfelt homage to a true Kentucky icon, Muhammad Ali, but also enriches the local community with beauty and inspiration. The larger-than-life representation of “The Greatest” serves as a beacon of hope and an emblem of the values that Ali stood for.
This awe-inspiring artwork is a testament to Tony Wavy’s exceptional talent, his dedication to preserving cultural heritage, and his passion for bringing art and public health to the heart of the community. It stands as a symbol of unity, inspiration, and the enduring spirit of Lexington.