Artifact 3: Exposed Walls
Many of the interior walls exhibit the exposed brick of the original church. The length of the bricks is not uniform, and they are indented and chipped beneath a gray layer of accumulated dust. This particular wall was painted by a local artist. The background is a majestic and reflective purple, and features an elaborate golden tree in its center. The trunk is thin, about a foot in diameter, but its golden bark is comprised of geometrical designs with intermittent blues, greens, and soft reds that complement the deep purple background. Its branches are thin curlicues of the same design, and extend to the ceiling. The wall is at the left corner of a small bar on the first balcony, separated from the mass of concert-goers and lined with shelves of orderly bottles of higher quality alcohol.