The legendary American singer,Dolly Parton 74, made headlines when she expressed her support for Black Lives Matter movement in an interview with Billboard last month.
she made the statement concerning the recent U.S. protests sparked by the death of George Floyd, is now a mural in Nashville
Parton’s remarks caught the attention of artist Kim Radford who had to make something special out it.
The mural at The 5 Spot music venue features a bright-smiled Parton and her signature curly blonde hair. She is also surrounded by flowers and sparkles with her comment boldly displayed.
The mural has become a popular spot for tourists and selfie lovers and is something for her and others in the community to simply take pride in.
The Nashville-based muralist said she was already crafting a work of Parton on the side of The 5 Spot music venue when she stumbled on the statement in an article.
Dolly Parton said: “I understand people having to make themselves known and felt and seen, and of course Black lives matter. Do we think our little white a**es are the only ones that matter? No!”
According to the Nashville-based muralist “I looked at her quote in particular and it was so sassy and a sensitive comment about something’s [sic] that got a lot of friction in the air right now,”Radford told a local reporter.
Radford admits that it all was a “happy coincidence” and she just couldn’t help but add more of Parton’s essence into the mural. “I wanted it to be a real display of an icon, [in a] fun, bright, artistic way,” she says.
“It’s a representation of an icon that Americans and really people across the globe are really proud to know and love her music.”