That's exactly what it did for Luke Layow, president and CEO at Feeding Northeast Florida, a nonprofit regional food distribution center. Layow joined Feeding Northeast Florida in January 2016 after roles at The First Tee, Prison Fellowship, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, and the Carolina Panthers.
We asked Layow what Murrow's drawing means to him and the work he does with Feeding Northeast Florida.
How did you first hear about Ethan Murrow's Project Atrium wall drawing Plethora?
I was having lunch at NOLA MOCA when it was pointed out to me. We then recalled receiving a donation which referenced the artwork. Upon further research, we realized the donation was from the artist, Ethan Murrow, himself.
When you first saw Plethora, how did it affect you?
The size of the drawing is what first hit me. I read the summary of the piece, so I knew it was hand-drawn using Sharpies. When you know that first and then see it, it's hard to believe how big it is and then how much detail it contains. The entire concept goes that way; there's much more to it than it first appears.