FranCisco Vargas puts away his painting supplies after finishing the Iron Bird Lofts mural in 2013. Vargas worked on the piece for about two weeks. It was his fourth work at Iron Bird and features a clarinet with dragonfly wings playing into a microphone and serves as a celebration of Fresno’s downtown music and arts district. The work was made possible by Creative Fresno.
FranCisco Vargas puts away his painting supplies after finishing the Iron Bird Lofts mural in 2013. Vargas worked on the piece for about two weeks. It was his fourth work at Iron Bird and features a clarinet with dragonfly wings playing into a microphone and serves as a celebration of Fresno’s downtown music and arts district. The work was made possible by Creative Fresno. Fresno Bee file
FranCisco Vargas puts away his painting supplies after finishing the Iron Bird Lofts mural in 2013. Vargas worked on the piece for about two weeks. It was his fourth work at Iron Bird and features a clarinet with dragonfly wings playing into a microphone and serves as a celebration of Fresno’s downtown music and arts district. The work was made possible by Creative Fresno. Fresno Bee file

Joshua Tehee

September 09, 2015 1:32 PM

Artist, craftsman FranCisco Vargas helped define Fresno’s mural district

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Joshua Tehee is a Renaissance man. He writes about music and pop culture. He plays in a band. Bowls. Commutes on his bike. And is a cheerleader for Fresno. His column is all about exploring Fresno's culture. Email Joshua at jtehee@fresnobee.com or call him at 559-441-6759.