Seattle artist Harold Hollingsworth has a unique task: Creating a mural at the Schack Art Center in Everett that will last only until the upcoming show, “The Intersection of Art + Math,” closes on June 2. Then it will be painted over. The Herald will preview the show in the A&E section and here on HeraldNet on Thursday. Watch Hollingsworth at work and hear him discuss part of the inspiration for his work — the camouflage designs on the British “dazzle ships” of World War I. Story
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