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New Mural Donated to The Banner School

"In today's troubled times when its hard to find something or somebody to believe in, it's important to believe in yourself. That's where it all starts, and that's where the magic comes from," said Anthony Owens, artist.

FREDERICK, Md. - A Frederick artist donated his fourth mural to the city Friday afternoon to the Banner School.

The mural is called 'Believe' and it's a set of three shapes, a circle, diamond and star.

The circle represents the circle of life, the diamond is the journey from being a diamond in the rough, and the star to inspire student to shine in their own way.

The mural's design and concept was joint effort between artist, Anthony Owens and head of school, Stephen Parnes and they hope it inspires students to believe in themselves.

"In today's troubled times when its hard to find something or somebody to believe in, it's important to believe in yourself. That's where it all starts, and that's where the magic comes from," said Anthony Owens, artist.

"And that they also will remember the symbolism and the representations of the various pieces and can make their own interpretations," said Stephen Parnes, Head of School at The Banner School.

Owens says his fifth mural will be featured in Brunswick

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