March 6, 2017

Another Mural on Ruffner Plaza


The town of Luray encourages public art and in return the art attracts tourists. The area is already a tourist draw due to Luray Caverns and nearby Shenandoah National Park, but the murals and art gallery attract people to downtown.

This mural shows people in old-fashioned costumes enjoying a beautiful day outdoors. I shot some close-ups and put them in a collage. Click on it to see a larger version.


Sharing with Monday Murals and Mosaic Monday

13 comments:

  1. They look like old-fashioned pictures. Very nice!

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  2. A great mural and well painted.

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  3. we haven't been to luray yet but i have heard about the caverns.

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  4. I imagine that these murals are enjoyed by all who see them, locals and tourists alike.
    Thanks for joining me for MM this week.

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  5. Nice murals. Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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  6. Quite a throwback to the past. My favourite portion would be the woman and the cat.

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    1. She has a Renoir look, doesn't she?

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  7. Thanks for sharing this mural Linda, it is a lovely one. I remember going to the caverns years ago.

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  8. We drove through this pretty town and wished we'd had more time to spend there ... well, we wished that about your whole area!

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  9. What a neat mural! I love it.

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  10. luv your vintage mosaic, have a nice week

    much love...

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