A community is up in arms over an art project that many say is pornographic.
It's located on an outdoor wall in southeast Atlanta at McDonough Boulevard and Sawtell Road, across the street from a church.
It's also near a school, a day care center and a mosque. The imam at the mosque said the last thing his community needs is a nude woman for all to see.
"It's pornographic. It's offensive," Tajiddin Muwwakkil told Channel 2s Tom Jones.
"I don't think it should be (displayed). The (pubic) hair is showing and nakedness. It's not necessary," another woman passing by said.
The painting shows a woman nude, then she dresses, and then she take off her dress, which turns into a wild animal that walks away. People upset with the image don't understand the message. But one parent said she does.
"It starts off as a woman and it end up as a dog so think about what it's really saying. Read between the lines," Wanda Cooper said.