Here are some great murals which have been painted on various buildings around town.
There are quite a few of these pictures, so I separated them four to a page for faster loading. A note about the murals from Jennie: "The battle scenes and veterans with the flag are painted on the VFW Hall. The First National Bank with William Bent is on the wall facing Hwy. 50, Bent Avenue, at 6th Street. The bank's drive through banking facilities occupy the lot. The scenes of the Mexican Vaqueros, Pioneers, cattle drives, etc. is on the wall facing Hwy 50 at 6th Street adjacent to the parking lot for the Dairy Queen.
The working teams of horses, tractor, etc. are painted on the corrugated tin siding of the old warehouse for the Santa Fe RR. They are readily visible to anyone coming into town on Hwy 101 from the south. I think it amazing that the artist could keep the images in proper perspective on this corrugated medium." Thank you Jennie Crays for sharing your photos with us.