Murals of a special kind: Ashland, WI

We started wandering the country with an RV in 2000 and are still going as much as possible although we now stay in motels.  In those earlier days, it was fun to occasionally encounter a mural on some building.  It is still fun to see them, but now they have become quite common.

Murals usually portray the history of the community and perhaps some special events.  The murals in Ashland, Wisconsin are special because frequently they portray people who lived in this small community.  Some had an historical role in the town, but most are just people who contributed to everyday life.

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Date of our visit: 10 September 2018

If you enjoy murals, you might also like to click here to see those in the small town of Lake Placid, Florida.

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About ralietravels

Ray and Alie (Ralie) are a retired couple who love to travel. Even during our working years, we squeezed a trip in whenever we could, often when we had to stretch the budget to do so. We have been fortunate to vacation in all 50 states, all the provinces of Canada and one territory and a little more than 50 countries. We like to drive, but we particularly love to travel back roads to find unusual sights, people, and experiences.
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5 Responses to Murals of a special kind: Ashland, WI

  1. Yes, they’re more common, but I’m happy that’s so. Liked the ones you have caught.

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  2. Amazing how underrated muralists are for the most part (Michelangelo and de Rivera obvious exceptions to the rule). Being a confirmed studio artist, and having done a large scale mural I have nothing but admiration, and a little awe for most if these people. Some great stuff here Ray!

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  3. I enjoyed this entry about these murals very much!
    They are stunning, as well as the ones in Florida.
    Thanks for showing them!

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  4. So much fun (and valuable) when murals are used to bring communities together! Thanks, Ray. –Curt

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  5. Keith & Loraine Beckman says:

    Beautiful murals and so lifelike that it is surreal. Loved them.

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