Family stone for the Curry family in Winchester Presbyterian Cemetery
John Steuart Curry made the famous mural in Kansas State Capital and other works of art
Town banners in downtown Valley Falls
Ozawkie town sign
Town mural in Perry
License plates on a downtown business wall in Perry
Mural on the Perry Bar & Grill
"Turning a Corner" section art mural by artist Joe Jones, completed in 1939. On wall of Anthony Post Office.
Twine art in windows of downtown building in Cawker City
Twine art in window of downtown building in Cawker City. Campbell's Soup can.
Mural on downtown building depicting South and West Mounds and Fall River valley
Mural on downtown building
Mailbox art - southwest Stanton County.
Mural on wall in Johnson City
Part of the John Steuart Curry mural titled "Tragic Prelude" depicting John Brown and the anti-slavery movement in Kansas Territory. Just one of several of Curry's murals displayed in the Capitol building. His murals won an 8 Wonders of Kansas Art award presented by the Kansas Sampler Foundation. For more information, see the Foundation's web page at: http://www.kansassampler.org/8wonders/artresults.php?id=86
John Steuart Curry mural "Tragic Prelude" inside Kanss State Capitol building
Painted limestone post rock marker in Tribune city park. Centennial celebration.
Section Art Mural "Farm Life" by Robert E. Larter, 1940, in Oswego, KS Post Office
Section Art mural, "Threshing in Kansas" by Lumen Martin Winter, 1942. in Hutchinson, KS Post Office.
Mural in downtown Oswego. Note: This mural is no longer present.
Mural in Chetopa
Murals on downtown building
Mural inside Post Office in Oswego
Railroad mural in Oswego
Osage Indian Villiage Mural in Oswego
Mailbox art in rural Morris County
Chalk art on Council Grove sidewalk done by 4H members