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Mountain Mural

A Mountain Mural painted on the side of the scale house at a site of one of the first grain mills in Tremonton is the beginning of Tremontons humble, yet legendary public art. The mystery muralist’s work always featured mountains, streams and wildlife; often depicting the Grand Tetons, the famous mountains in the National Park of the same name near Jackson, Wyoming. As the legend goes the mystery muralist was a hippie, who supposedly used his hair to make his paint brush bristles. Today, three Teton Murals remain including this one. Another can be found on the back side of the Jeppesen Family Mural with the third on the building at 1315 S. 100 E. in Tremonton.

Collection: Tremonton City

Medium type: Paint


160 N. 300 W., Tremonton, UT, 84337

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