Blake Adams wants to democratize the viewing, understanding and appreciation of art -- and in the process, perhaps raise Denver's collective artistic IQ. That's why, last spring, after years of research and planning, he launched OneWall, a public mural program that makes art accessible while beautifying blank building walls with temporary displays that might, someday, evolve into a humongous open-air gallery. "A few other cities have put together thoughtful, sustainable mural programs," Blake says, pointing to La Jolla and Philadelphia. "I felt like Denver needed that, too." In fact, he feels that his project has the potential to eventually be a tourist attraction for this ever-growing town.