From left, Libby Bluntzer, Shirley Blake, Katherine Mezger, Joann Davidson, Barbara Adams, Sharon Pinkney, Dianna Hodges, president of Vision Lampasas and Nancee Stevens in front of the "Postcard from Lampasas" mural.
"Generations", located on the north wall of Lampasas Hardware & Contractor Supply at 2nd and Western Streets, depicts the varied businesses that have occupied the building from the late1800's to the present.
The "Hunt & Fish in Lampasas County" mural was dedicated Oct. 25, 2012, by Vision Lampasas and the Vision Lampasas Art Committee. This mural is an assemblage with three dimensional features.
The 20-by-20-foot "Hunt & Fish in Lampasas County" mural features an array of 2-by-4-foot game stamps mounted at different depths.
The "Hunt & Fish in Lampasas County" mural appears on the Home Place Floors building on East 4th Street.
"Water is Life", created by volunteers in October 2010, was dedicated to preserve the health and beauty of Sulphur Creek. The main riverbed is carved into the stucco wall adding a dimension to the surface.
Sharon Pinkney works on the mural "Portraits of the Past" at The Trading Post Antiques, Tuesday morning in Lampasas.
"Lampasas County Wildflowers" is a whimsical depiction of giant seed packets of local wildflowers, like bluebonnets, Mexican hats, or Indian paintbrushes, and a careful observation reveals hidden fauna in the flora.
"Boots" was the first in a series of mural projects initiated by the Art Committee of Vision Lampasas. The mural honors the art and talent of local boot makers. The mural was unveiled Nov. 13, 2008, after three months and more than 1,500 volunteer hours.
The "Postcard from Lampasas" was inspired by "big-letter" souvenir postcards. The letters contain pictures of historical landmarks that can still be found in present day Lampasas.
Posted: Sunday, November 24, 2013 4:30 am
Posted on Nov 24, 2013
LAMPASAS — “They are amazing, it was definitely worth the trip,” Amy Anderson said while enjoying a schnitzel at Eve’s Café on the Square.
A friend told her about the murals in Lampasas, especially “Lampasas County Wildflowers,” and since she is passionate about botany, she didn’t think twice about making the drive from Georgetown to see them.
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