The Eugene Review | June 22, 2017 | By Randi Bjornstad

The fourth of 20 murals that the city of Eugene’s public art program is racing to complete by the time the International Association of Athletics Federations comes to town for its world championships in 2021 is freshly on the wall now in the Whiteaker neighborhood.

This one, created by Chinese street artist Hua Tunan, depicts a decidedly traditional theme — tiger and dragon — in a distinctly up-to-the-minute artistic style.

Speaking sometimes in English and sometimes with the help of an interpreter, Hua said he started his artistic career in the traditional way, creating ink-on-paper drawings, then graduating to small acrylic-on-canvas paintings.

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