Check out the corner of Holtzclaw Street and Fulton Terrace in Reynoldstown to see the latest Living Walls transformation.
Sarah Emerson, one of the artists Living Walls picked to bring an Atlanta intersection to life.
Emerson, of Roswell, said Monica Campana, one of Living Walls' organizers, gave her the Reynoldstown site because it matches her style.
"It would fit into the subject matter of my work because the walls are cave-like and carved out of the ground," Emerson told East Atlanta Patch.
"Conceptually, I was so excited about the location, I have always been interested in the landscape and how it is transformed by natural phenomenon and human intervention."