Public Art

Kentucky Natural History

In Partnership with Kerry Collision Center & City of Covington. This mural features symbols of Kentucky’s diverse wildlife and rich natural history, with many Kentucky State symbols represented. From left to right, beginning on Fifth Street and wrapping around to Scott Boulevard: a brachiopod fossil, a Kentucky tulip poplar blossom, a male cardinal, goldenrod blossoms with a honeybee, a spotted bass, a viceroy butterfly and a mastodon skeleton. Kentucky is known for its natural beauty and archeological treasures, something the community can take pride in for years to come with this mural.

Joe Hedges
Joe Hedges
24 E. 5th Street, Covington, KY 41011

Jasmine Akers

Previn Beal, Evelynn Meyer, Arthur Newberry, Scott Sanker, Alexandra Weibel

2013 Adopt-an-Apprentice Campaign Contributors
ArtWorks Board of Trustees
Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee
The John A. Schroth Family Charitable Trust
Kerry Automotive
Kerry Collision Center
The Louise Taft Semple Foundation
The P&G Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation
William P. Anderson Foundation