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Jackie Felix Mural


  • Please note: This painting contains content most suitable for mature, non-prudish viewers. People sensitive to depictions of the human body may want to avoid viewing the images.
  • Its original purpose was as a "bar wall" at Hallwall's TriMain location. Painted by Jackie Felix in 1996.
  • As originally installed, it was close to the floor, with a drink rail attached to it approximately in the middle of the panel. The first of the photos is a depiction of the original installation at Hallwalls.
  • As far as we can tell, we have the entire provenance/history of the painting.
  • Burchfield Penney page on Jackie Felix
  • Jackie Felix, journal entry, 7/24/96: "[The mural's] real purpose is to say something about the room and about Hallwalls as a place of art and integrity and depth.…Hallwalls is the perfect place to give free rein to all those ideas and concepts and points I like to make in a piece. So I should go in tomorrow and cut loose. The freer I make myself, the better it will end up."
  • Seven panels, see photos for closeup of each panel.
  • Dimensions: Overall, approximately 306 inches wide (25 feet), 79 inches high.
  • The four panels on the left are 79 inches high, the three on the right are 74 inches high.
  • 1 - 35.5w x 79h
  • 2 - 47.5w x 79h
  • 3 - 48w x 79h
  • 4 - 48w x 79h
  • 5 - 48w x 74h
  • 6 - 48w x 74h
  • 7 - 31.5w x 74h
  • Painted onto drywall.
  • Cleats on back for hanging.
  • Overall condition is pretty good, considering it's on drywall. There's a cutout for an outlet or switch on panel 1, and a hole an inch or so in diameter on panel 4. The edges show some wear.

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Jackie Felix Mural at ReUse Action

Product Number 1008

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