Caleb Freese

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Caleb Freese is an artist based in Portland, Oregon, United States. He is noted for using "dynamic silkscreens, combining design elements, photographs, drawing and action painting, synthesized with invigorating spurts, splatters and drips".[1]

He created the 60 ft mural for Providence North Portland Clinic. The building was designed by Mahlum Architects and won an AIA Built Merit Award recognizing its positive establishment of relationship with the community, street and streetcar.[2] The public arts mural tells the story of the neighborhood, its residents, and the commitments the client has made to give back to the neighborhood.

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