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Alice is spending some time on the beautiful island of Sicily in Italy where she just finished working on this new piece on the streets of Syracuse.

Alice is spending some time on the beautiful island of Sicily in Italy where she just finished working on this new piece on the streets of Syracuse.
Entitled “The myth of Arethusa and Alpheus”, the piece was inspired by the spring of Arethusa in Ortygia (Syracuse), a body of freshwater close to the seashore. The legend says that the nereid Arethusa, trying to escape the advances of the river god Alpheus, fled by turning into a stream, eventually breaking ground in Ortygia where Alpheus found her and was able to mingle in her waters.
Continue reading for more images on this new piece and check back with us soon for more mural updates from Alice.

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