CFRB commissioned mural for downtown

COMING TO RED BUD–Pictured is a rendering of what the mural that will be painted on the west facing side of the 1855 building will look like. Work on the mural, by Kenzie Wolk, is anticipated to begin in late August.

Murals, or wall paintings, are one of the oldest forms of visual art known to mankind. Murals can serve many purposes. Traditionally murals were intended primarily to beautify public or private spaces. Murals can also be used to memorialize or record historical events.

With this in mind, the Community Foundation of Red Bud (CFRB) is proud to announce the commissioning of a mural in downtown Red Bud. Alan and Karla Mueth have graciously given their approval to place this mural on the west wall of the 1855 building (the Burnt End).

For more on the mural, please see this week’s print edition.