Mickael Broth is a Richmond-based artist, muralist, and writer. His most recent solo exhibition, La Voie Sacree, draws inspiration from the famous Battle of Verdun. In 2013, he published a personal memoir entitled Gated Community: Graffiti and Incarceration. He is the founder of Welcoming Walls, a project that brings public art to the highways and entrance corridors of Richmond in an effort to boost civic pride, tourism, and the city’s reputation as a capital of arts and culture. See more of his work at mickaelbroth.com.