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Itsmekcr wrote a review Apr 2019
New Lenox, Illinois775 contributions175 helpful votes
Really nice to drive around and see all the artwork.. Such a nice old town with a lot of history, with so many buildings and storefronts that have went empty over the years, the murals look so nice, hopefully they can help bring back business to this cute old town.. Such a nice town square and old storefronts that need to be brought back to life..
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Livnanny wrote a review Jun 2018
Texas51 contributions11 helpful votes
Many murals to drive around town in the cool air condition of your car to go see some of the neatest pictures on all sorts of interest!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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P5_Crazy_Train wrote a review Aug 2017
Austin, Texas1,151 contributions463 helpful votes
The murals around Lampasas are a charming little hidden gem in an incredibly artistic little town. They are everywhere, and definitely worth a detour off the beaten path. We've traveled to Lampasas several times, and it seems as though there might be new ones popping up all the time. They all show so much character and personality, and they're so well executed and done with such artistry. Not to be missed!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Texasgypsy310 wrote a review May 2017
Lampasas, Texas7 contributions
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Vision Lampasas, a volunteer group dedicated to beautification and art have created 12 (#13 in progress) murals depicting the history and culture of the area. Subjects include boots, wildflowers, wildlife, historical buildings, local music icons. There are also murals dedicated to patriotism, nostalgia and to the whimsical. All murals are painted by volunteers who dedicate up to 1,000+ man hours to each project. Maps to the mural locations can be found at the Chamber of Commerce, or the chamber can arrange a private tour for your group! Taking a trek around town to view them all is a delightful adventure!
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Amy M wrote a review May 2017
Lampasas, Texas129 contributions20 helpful votes
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The first mural designed and painted by the Vision Lampasas group is the Boot Round-Up (2008) on the side of Goodson Surveying (411 S. Western). This colorful depiction of cowboy boots was based on a photograph of boots that were brought to the site by Lampasas residents. The mural is a tribute to the history of the art of boot-making in the area, still practiced today. The third Vision Lampasas mural, “Postcard from Lampasas” (2010) can be found on the Western side of Ron Ischy Masonry (401 E. Sixth). This mural features historic Lampasas buildings and structures in each of the letters of Lampasas; the rural Lampasas landscape and the Hanna Springs Sculpture Garden comprise the backdrop. Back on the Square, you’ll find three more recent murals by the Vision Lampasas group: “Lampasas County Wildflowers” (E. Fourth and South Pecan), “Hunt and Fish in Lampasas County” (E. Fourth and Live Oak), “Water is Life” (South Pecan, between Third and Fourth), and “Portraits of the Past” (Live Oak, between Third and Fourth streets), all celebrating the natural resources of the county. On Key Avenue, “Patriot” (Key and Ave. D) and “Small Town…Big Sound” (Key and Second St.) pay homage to the military connections in the community and the long history of music education and performance in Lampasas, respectively. "Generations," on the side of Lampasas Hardware (Second and Western) depicts the different businesses that were housed in that building. "Hangin' With My Peeps," based on the artist Terrell Powell's work, can be found on three buildings in W.M. Brook Park. The most recent mural is going up now on the side of Stoney's Liquors on Key Avenue. This one is called "Cruisin' Key." If you have time and the inclination, volunteer to help paint.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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