ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Some local students have become part of a special creation that will last for generations.
They helped put together the mural which was unveiled Monday at Gateway Park in the south valley.
Recycled material was used as a way to show the community the importance of sustainability.
One of the artists says they all got their inspiration from local residents.
"It has this main component of water," Angel Pavia said. "We have this main color that runs through the entire mural, and it's blue. It's a linear pattern and it represents also a timeline of just how we've used water over time."
The images show water being used for the making of pottery, in plumbing, agriculture and in many other ways.
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