Murals Deemed Too Flammable For Hospital Given To Wilton Schools. That Burn Unit Wasn’t Going To Fill Itself, You Know

flammable Wilton paintings of deadly doom

flammable Wilton paintings of deadly doomWILTON — The hallway of G.D. Cushing School has a large, new mural hanging on the wall that joins displays of children’s artwork. Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington donated four murals to Regional School Unit 9 that the hospital bought in 2002 for its new Maternal and Child Health Unit, FMH spokeswoman Jill Gray said in a news release. Artist Lord Clinton Casey of New Vineyard created the four plein-air-style paintings that depict a community fair. New, more stringent codes and standards from the National Fire Protection Association would have required the hospital either to put the murals under glass or chemically treat the art to decrease its flammability, according to hospital Director of Facilities Cole Teague. (read more at Lewiston Sun Journal)