WBL Services building is sporting a beautiful, if not stunning new mural that celebrates the history of the Magnolia area immediately adjacent to the Lake Washington Ship Canal. The mural is on the northern side of WBL Services building, which is located at 4433 27th Ave. W. and accessed just off of Fort Street. Local artist, Ariel Parrow collaborated with the Magnolia Chamber to design and paint the amazing large-scaled mural. Parrow’s art celebrates local industrial themes, including railroads and the maritime industry, long prevalent in the NE quadrant area of Magnolia. As many know, the area is part of the specially designed Ballard Interbay Manufacturing Industrial Center and home to an array of light industrial and manufacturing businesses, as well as retail and the service sectors. The mural is the first in what the Chamber hopes will be ongoing improvements to the visual appeal of area building to delight workers, customers, and visitors to local businesses. Deep appreciation goes to WBL Services for providing the canvas for the beautiful mural, and to sponsors Cantera Development Group, LLC, Alaska Ship Supply, Brian & Youkie Chambers of State Farm, Queen Anne Painting Company, Lydia Brewer Photography, and the Magnolia Chamber of Commerce.