Category Archives: Murals

Demolition of Wells Fargo Bank Reveals Mural

The recent tear-down of an old bank building downtown Iowa City uncovered a mural buried years ago. Three American bison are what remain of what was a larger mural painted in the 1970s by Iowa art students. For more than … Continue reading

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Solidarity

Mural painted on north side of Dubuque St. parking ramp represents unity among Iowa City community¬† Ten hours a day artist Elezier Antonio Sotillo Rodriguez diligently painted. For 22 days straight he continued to map out and execute his five-story … Continue reading

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What’s black and white and touches the sky?

Next week I will be posting a feature story on one of Iowa City’s newest and largest (literally) art projects. It is tucked away behind the Bread Garden Market, on the North wall of the Dubuque St. parking ramp. This … Continue reading

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