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Coastal Carolina University students paint mural in North Myrtle Beach

The work was designed by Cat Taylor, who is a lecturer at Coastal Carolina University, and the students painting the mural are part of his Arts 499 mural painting class. Taylor, a mason, said there are masonic symbols throughout the mural.

Coastal Carolina University students paint mural in North Myrtle Beach

There’s the Eye of Providence, the sun and moon, black and white tile symbolizing good and evil, and two columns supporting the earth and universe. The lodge is located at 919 6th Avenue South in North Myrtle Beach.

Coastal Carolina University students Toni Smith (left), Devann Donovan (center) and Emily Beekman work on a mural on the side of the Grand Strand Masonic Lodge in North Myrtle Beach on Tuesday, June 20, 2017.

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