Chicago Tribune, 1/18/16

The face of Martin Luther King Jr. sprung forth from the wall of wet, gray, clay brick. Kneeling on a dusty studio floor Monday, Sonja Henderson, a Chicago Public Art Group artist, carved rough-hewn lines into smooth curves with fluid strokes. John Pitman Weber looked on with crossed arms.

After months of plans and sketches, work was finally beginning… CONTINUE READING