Friday Dec 05 2008 comments Chamber Mural Depicts Auburn By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A The paint used for the Auburn mural is basic house acrylic paint you can get at any hardware store. Judy Moise stands next to her biggest mural to date at the Chamber of Commerce measuring 15'x15'. Looking close at the mural a viewer can see small details like the water tower and flag next to the Chamber located upper right. Even Chamber CEO, Bruce Cosgrove's Jeep in added in the lower left corner. Looking close at the mural a person knowing Auburn would easily recognize the buildings lining Lincoln Way and High Street in Downtown Auburn. A mural of Auburn wouldn't be complete with out the Chana statue and the Old Town firehouse. The mural mainly details icons in the immediate Auburn area, along with other icons like the Foresthill Bridge and American River. Judy Moise has a variety of brush sizes she uses to help complete her master piece. Artist Judy Moise puts the finishing touches on the 15'x15' acrylic mural depicting Auburn at the Chamber of Commerce expanded conference room Friday morning.