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Off Fort Avenue, against sheets of corrugated metal, the profile of a woman spilled across a garage door in waves of blues, browns and yellows. Like a mirage, she seemed inexplicable against the flaking metal of the building paint bleeding down onto the asphalt, an unexpected visitor brightening an industrial city block. A Black woman feeling beautiful is an important visual to have. That’s what public art is for starting a conversation.