Myrtle Beach lodge gets a new mural.

Worshipful Brother Chris Hodapp posted today on his Freemasons for dummies blog today about students from the Coastal Carolina University beautifying the outside of Grand Strand lodge #392‘s building in North Myrtle Beach.

Students from the University’s “Special topic in arts” class spent countless hours transforming the lodge’s rather plain edifice into a beautiful work of art containing many illustrations of Masonic symbolism and portraits of Famous Freemasons such as those of Benjamin Franklin and George Washington.

According to the article the mural was designed by the class instructor and Freemason Brother Brian Taylor who teacher “Street art” not vandalism and his students have painted murals on many buildings in the Myrtle Beach area.

To see more photos of this beautiful Masonic edifice you can visit Brother Hodapp’s blog Freemasons for dummies.