After a meeting on Wednesday night in Chapel Hill Arts public commission, Dean Smith remains larger than life in Chapel Hill.
At the meeting of the Public Art Commission has considered two giant murals on the windows of Tobacco Road - at the local cafe sports outside NC Highway 54, which opened in December.
The Commission decided that it has no authority to remove the mural. Murals will therefore be allowed to stay.
Photographic murals, one of Dean Smith and one of Michael Jordan, sparked controversy after a neighbor complained to the city, said Brian Amra, owner of the cafe.
The complaint prompted a review of the city that the frescoes were classified as signs or works of art, to determine what guidelines they must follow.
Until a public art commission, the issue was analyzed Chapel Hill Community Design.
Commission, which decided that the murals do not violate any signs of the sacraments, said that art board communications committee, Geoffrey York.
Lisa Goldstein, chairman of the Public Art Commission, said kindly reviews, usually completed by the Board prior to installation art.
She said, because the art was determined not to break any signs of resolution, the Commission has no jurisdiction over the matter.
Amr said the images on the windows Tobacco Road not paintings, and photographs of the iconic Getty Images - Image Licensing website - which was collected at various glasses.
Amr has a similar image on the windows it elsewhere Tobacco Road.
Murals are replaced and repaired to keep them in good condition for a long time, he said at the meeting.
Although no action was taken on the frescoes, many members of the committee expressed concern about them.
Daniel Cefalo, vice-chairman of the committee, said he was concerned that images like this could be a big billboards.
He asked how the Commission could regulate or prevent the art becomes a big advertisement.
Other members of the committee agreed with Cefalo.
Participants also recommended Chapel Hill reconsider its ruling sign, to avoid further confusion with non-state painting.
But some of the committee members were more carefree problems.
“Dean Smith should be more, and Michael Jordan should be less,” said committee member Scott Radway.