The design of this mural is inspired by the geometric shapes of farming barns, barn quilts, and the prairie-scapes that the artist grew up seeing around the Indiana countryside. According to the artist, farming is an essential element of what makes midwestern life what it is today and he wanted to honor it in this commissioned work for a very large wall. The inclusion of “317” and “Indianapolis” locates the landscape more specifically, and the text is what gives a street-art edge to the mural.
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2019
Dimensions: 130' x 22'
1027 E Georgia St, Indianapolis, IN, 46202
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