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The Dreamers of Dreams
This mural celebrates the close knit community that exists in Lower Price Hill. Along the bottom of the mural many hands stretch upward supporting their neighborhood. The quote signifies the community’s power to create a hopeful future.
This is one of Cincinnati’s most original murals! It is a tongue-in-cheek play on the name of this neighborhood. What could be campier than Washington in full colonial regalia inspired by the nearby theatrical costume shop? This mural celebrates ... Read more
A Postcard from Home
This mural is a nostalgic look at Carthage through the view of an old postcard where each letter tells a story of Carthage’s celebrated history, honoring local landmarks and heroes. The imagery intends to be warm and welcoming to all.
What’s Happening Downtown
This mural speaks to the vibrancy of the Downtown community, where larger-than-life figures peer outside their windows to see what’s happening in the City around them. Architectural details are inspired by actual lintels and sills found in ... Read more
Over-the-Rhine: Into its Renaissance
This mural is inspired by architectural details, landmarks and the community spirit found in Over-the-Rhine. Incorporated into the design are working hands, painting and planting - representing a growing and diverse community.
Spring Through Time
This mural is a bold and colorful accent to Spring Grove Village, a community well known for Spring Grove cemetery, nearby greenhouses, proximity to the Mill Creek and a longstanding commitment to beautification!
This is ArtWorks’ first landscape mural! The mural was inspired by a Godfrey Frankenstein painting at the Cincinnati Art Museum, portraying a scenic river valley landscape connecting Downtown to the natural beauty of this region.
On the Shoulders of Giants
This mural honors the tradition and legacy of service from the Cincinnati and Hamilton County police forces. The West facing wall is inspired by a historic image of a police officer with his sidekick, the first ever Cincinnati police dog.