Wyoming Arts Council

Mural project dedicated at rural school

Phil White wrote about the state’s latest mural project for the May 10 edition of the Casper Star-Tribune:

Murals of dinosaurs, bison, Jelm Mountain and Americans Indians were dedicated Friday at Harmony School, one of Albany County’s last rural schools southwest of Laramie along State Highway 230.

Drawn by a professional artist who is the aunt of a Harmony elementary student, the murals were painted by the 27 students at Harmony, art students from a Laramie high school and by local residents — including the Harmony School’s bus driver, Paul Kenehan, whose family has ranched in the area for generations. Kenehan painted his livestock brand on a horse in one mural.

To read the entire story, go to http://www.casperstartribune.com/articles/2008/05/10/news/wyoming/6789791fee08faad87257444007ea768.txt

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