This Sisters quilt mural is located in Barclay Park in Sisters, Oregon. This work by local artist, Jerry Werner, celebrates all that makes this town a vibrant community. In the past, Jerry worked as an illustrator for Walt Disney. His artwork includes murals, fine art, paintings, illustration and graphics, and sculptures.
The Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show bills itself as the world’s largest outdoor quilt show. More than 1,300 quilts are hung outside along the town’s main streets and visitors use maps to find them all. The quilts are amazing and show so much creativity and skill!
19 thoughts on “Sisters quilt mural: Monday Mural”
Yes, it is Sheree! The quilt show it depicts is very impressive – and crowded.
I can imagine
Love this 👍🏼
I love quilts. They embody such skill and artistry.
Yes, they do, Sandy, plus a lot of patience! 🧵 🙂
Yes, oodles of that!
Very cool, love this
Thanks, Alice! It’s in a tiny park with a big presence.
Fascinating and beautiful! Thank you for sharing this.
You’re welcome, and yes, it is beautiful!
I love quilts. I always feel that behind it there is a story.
Me too, Amy. A part of the person creating them goes into them.
Wow, quite an unusual and beautiful mural. Thanks for participating in Monday Murals.
A quilt show with 1300 quilts must be something not to be missed!
Yes, it’s a nice mural! The quilt show and annual rodeo are the biggest events in the small town of Sisters.
I love the mural and I’d love to see that show too!
Yes, both are cool! It’s a great show.