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Created by Indianapolis-based muralist and artist, Barb Stahl, this mural lives along the Central Canal in downtown Indianapolis. Believed to be one of the oldest flowers, magnolias have survived extreme conditions. For Stahl, the magnolia flower is a symbol of strength, endurance and beauty. Morning Magnolias is dedicated in loving memory of Leila Elizabeth Whitehouse by her daughters Joyce L. Ribble and Cynthia R. Nokes.
The mural was one of 46 murals commissioned by the Arts Council of
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2011
Canal and W Ohio St, Indianapolis, IN, 46202
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