Landscape mural to span 300 feet along Narrow Gauge Avenue

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Landscape mural to span 300 feet along Narrow Gauge Avenue

Project backed by $5,000 city grant
Durango artists Hayley Kirkman, left, creative arts and special projects coordinator for Local First, Matthew French-Holt, center, and Lexis Loeb hold a sketch of the mural planned for the east side of Kroegers Ace Hardware. Joel and Margie Krueger, owners of Kroegers, are pictured in the background. The mural is part of the nonprofit Local First Creative Arts Initiative.
The Local First Creative Arts Initiative plans to start work Friday on a mural on the east side of Kroegers Hardware. This mock-up shows the some of colors and images that will be used, but not all of the details have been included in this digital rendering.
Heather Smith, left, with Kroegers Ace Hardware, assists Durango artists Hayley Kirkman, near left, Matthew French-Holt, center, and Lexis Loeb with paint this week. The artists are preparing to paint a mural on the east side of the Kroegers building. The mural is part of the Local First Creative Arts Initiative. Kirkman is also the creative arts and special projects coordinator for Local First.
Durango artists Hayley Kirkman, right, creative arts and special projects coordinator for Local First, Matthew French-Holt, center, and Lexis Loeb pick out colors this week for a mural they will paint on the east side of the Kroegers building in downtown Durango. The mural is part of the nonprofit Local First Creative Arts Initiative.

Landscape mural to span 300 feet along Narrow Gauge Avenue

Durango artists Hayley Kirkman, left, creative arts and special projects coordinator for Local First, Matthew French-Holt, center, and Lexis Loeb hold a sketch of the mural planned for the east side of Kroegers Ace Hardware. Joel and Margie Krueger, owners of Kroegers, are pictured in the background. The mural is part of the nonprofit Local First Creative Arts Initiative.
The Local First Creative Arts Initiative plans to start work Friday on a mural on the east side of Kroegers Hardware. This mock-up shows the some of colors and images that will be used, but not all of the details have been included in this digital rendering.
Heather Smith, left, with Kroegers Ace Hardware, assists Durango artists Hayley Kirkman, near left, Matthew French-Holt, center, and Lexis Loeb with paint this week. The artists are preparing to paint a mural on the east side of the Kroegers building. The mural is part of the Local First Creative Arts Initiative. Kirkman is also the creative arts and special projects coordinator for Local First.
Durango artists Hayley Kirkman, right, creative arts and special projects coordinator for Local First, Matthew French-Holt, center, and Lexis Loeb pick out colors this week for a mural they will paint on the east side of the Kroegers building in downtown Durango. The mural is part of the nonprofit Local First Creative Arts Initiative.
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