Something you might notice this week: Three new murals are going up in downtown Albany.
Two of the murals are in the Green Street drive-through section of the Green-Hudson parking garage, and the other is on the side of a wall along Water Street and I-787 by the Riverfront parking garage.
The work is part of the Capital Walls project -- a collaboration among the Albany Center Gallery, curator Tony Iadicicco, and the Albany Barn. And it's being funded by the Albany Parking Authority as part of its ongoing effort to make its garages feel more welcoming. (See also: The two large murals on the Quackenbush garage.)
"The goal is to inspire and create community and sense of place," said Iadicicco of the murals.
The works should be finished within the next two weeks. Here's a quick in-progress look at each one...