Nancy Nemhauser and Ludomir Jastrzebski have been fighting the city of Mount Dora to keep a Vincent van Gogh inspired mural on their home.

"It's an artistic town and here we are fighting the city for this art mural," said Barrenechea, the artist who painted his home to resemble a van Gogh painting. "I hope a lot of people come tomorrow to see it and we find more supporters."

Originally they were fined $100 per day which was capped at 31 days. Recently the cap was lifted and the homeowners now owe more than $8,000. City officials say that the mural violates their sign ordinance.

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