This Sisters Oregon mural in Central Oregon is full of life. North Sister, Middle Sister, and South Sister volcanic peaks hover in the background. Local wildflowers and wildlife fill the bottom of the frame.
I especially liked the great gray owl in the middle of the mural. If you stand in front of this mural in just the right spot, it looks like you have wings. Great for pictures!
The Sisters Oregon mural was created in 2020 by local artists, Katie Daisy and Karen Eland. You’ll find it on the wall of Marigold and True, a boutique gift shop. Katie also contributed to murals painted in Foxtail Bakery, which I featured in a previous post.
As noted in this article in The Nugget Newspaper, Katie and Karen had known the store’s owner, Kelley Rae, for ten years. She commissioned them to paint this piece and it turned out beautifully.
I was in town taking pictures of the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show when I stumbled upon the mural. The arts are alive and well in this small town.
10 thoughts on “Sisters Oregon mural: Monday Mural”
Lovely mural holding so many aspects of the surrounding area
Yes, it shows flora, fauna, & geology!
Yes, it is, Sheree! Thanks.
Quite a beautiful mural. I can see it would be a popular mural for selfies with the wings 🙂 Thanks for participating in Monday Murals.
Thanks! Yes, it’s just the right height for winged portraits.
That’s a lovely mural, so well done and just right for its location!
Yes, it’s a little gem . 🙂
Nature at its finest. And beautiful colors, too. I love the owl in the center that leads my eye around this lovely mural. Very well done.
Thanks! I thought it was a nice one too. 😁