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Taken around , the photograph features a parade of elephants, clowns and performers advertising the arrival of a circus in Martinsville. Stiles adapted this photo into a vibrant and detailed mural, which presents an accurate depiction of a familiar location and event in a time of historical, architectural and economic significance in Martinsville's past. With color and whimsy, Elephants on Parade invites residents and visitors to seek out more information about the area's history. Elephants on Parade is on permanent display and is open to the public.
This mural is part of Piedmont Arts' public art program and was funded through a grant from the Harvest Foundation with support from Dr. LoBaido created this 38' x 18' mural in honor of Cpl.
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Old Glory is on permanent display and is open to the public. These sketches were the inspiration for the large-scale mural LaDuke created especially for Martinsville's Uptown Farmers' Market. In , LaDuke's mural was installed adjacent to the Uptown Farmers' Market, where it is in full view of foot traffic, vendors and guests and can be clearly seen from New College Institute's new building on Fayette Street.
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These students worked closely with local artist and instructor, Celia Tucker, who helped guide and complete their designs. Farmers' Market is on permanent display and is open to the public.
The mural depicts a fictional scene from one of Martinsville's famed June German Balls, which were popular within the African American community in the early part of the 20th century. Martinsville's June German Balls are a point of pride for the community and have become legend amongst local residents—whether or not they ever actually attended an event. This mural is part of Piedmont Arts' public art program and was planned and funded by New College Institute with support from City of Martinsville.
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Designed and painted by local artists Amanda Honore Donley and Aleen Wilson, this mural is a picture-perfect addition to historic Uptown. This mural is part of Piedmont Arts' public art program and was funded by City of Martinsville. Artist Kevin Reese worked with local students to create large-scale, dynamic mobiles that are now a permanent part of our community.