American Flag

By Jim Juras

127 N. Townville St., Seneca, SC

American flag waving on the side of Mayberry's Cafe building.

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Be

By Libby Imbody Teen Class

110 S College St, Walhalla, SC

This was the culmination of a teen art class with nine students contributing to the mural. The initial layer contains adjectives that the kids came up with such as "kind", "yourself", etc. Media used was aerosol and the mural was completed in 2020.

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Blue Grass Roots

By Melody Davis

Retreat St/Main St, Westminster, SC

Contains images of Ezra Davis, unknown, Bassist from Ebony Hillbillies, unknown, Raymond Fairchild, unknown, Fiddlin’ Bill Hensley, Raymond Fairchild???, Bill Monroe, Clint and Vic Blackwell.

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Chattooga Belle Farm

By Libby Imbody

454 Damascus Church Rd, Long Creek, SC

Located high up on a water tower, this mural compliments the natural beauty of the farm while highlighting some of the fruits grown there. Aerosol, 2020.

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City Pool

By Libby Imbody

102 N Maple St, Walhalla, SC

Commissioned by the City of Walhalla in 2019 to enhance they city park and public pool facility. Media used: latex and aerosol.

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Dogs Play Poker (while waiting for a bath…)

By Melody Davis

120 West Windsor Street, Westminster, SC

Based on “A Friend In Need” by Cassius Marcellus Coolidge. The famous series features humanized dogs sitting around a table playing poker. The title comes from the fact that the bulldog in the foreground is seen secretly slipping an ace to his partner, while his competitors give side-glances around the table.

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Home Run, Home Run

By Melody Davis

S Isundega St, Westminster, SC

A tribute to State and Local history, the mural features the United States Flag imposed over the shape of the state of South Carolina. There is also a nod to the Apple Festival held in Westminister and the Oconee Mountaineers Mill Baseball Team in 1946.

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Last Supper

By Melody Davis

101 W Main St, Westminster, SC

Adapted from on “The Last Supper” by Leonardo Da Vinci. It depicts the Last Supper of Jesus with his apostles; the consternation occurring among the Twelve Apostles when Jesus announced that one of them would betray him.

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Mona Lisa

By Melody Davis

213 East Windsor Street, Westminster, SC

Adapted from “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo Da Vinci which was likely completed in 1506. It features a portrait of a seated woman set against an imaginary landscape.

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Morning Glory

By Melody Davis

400 E Main St, Westminster, SC

Adapted from on “Jimson Weed” by Georgia O’Keefe. It features large pinwheel-shaped blossoms of jimson weed.

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No Place Like Home

By Melody Davis

Retreat St/Main St, Westminster, SC

Adapted from architectural rendering by Jennie M Harrison. Representatives of each branch of service honoring ALL veterans and their loved ones. Mason Venedam-saying goodbye to his father before deployment; Lawrence Schneider, Machine Gunner, US Marines in WWII; Christian Venedam, US Navy in Operation Enduring Freedom; Olga Custodio, USAF Pilot-the first of Hispanic descent; La’Shanda R. Holmes, USCG Helicopter Pilot-the first African American Woman; Oscar Primm, US Army in WWII.

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Oconee Bells

By Libby Imbody

314 W Main St, Walhalla, SC

O'Kelley Heating & Air commissioned this piece that balances bright wedges of color with white linear sketches of the Oconee Bell flowers that are native to this area. Latex and Aerosol, 2020

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Planes, Trains & Automobiles

By Fred Edgerton

Ram Cat Alley, Seneca, SC

The murals on Ram Cat Alley are the work of the artist and three art students from Seneca High School - Elijah Muzinski, Hunter Dye and Norah Mendoza. Creating the murals was a volunteer effort done beyond the classroom. The artist is extremely proud of the time, talent, and commitment these young students put into their work.  The murals were done in conjunction with BRAC and the City of Seneca.  Each mural is 4’ x 8’.

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Post Cards from Oconee

By Fred Edgerton

207-A. E. N. First Street

Three panels highlight aspects of Oconee County. 1) Paddle Oconee: A kayaker paddling Lake Jocassee. 2) Golf Oconee: The artist's father was an avid golfer; covered bridge is one which is on the golf course at Cross Creek. 3) Explore Oconee: A spot on The Foothills Trail known as ‘Girl Scout Point'. Bad Creek, Lake Jocassee and Lake Keowee are shown. The flowers on the lower left are ‘Oconee Bells’ and surrounding the image are the names of our four State Parks and The Foothills Trail.

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Ram Cat Mural

By Libby Imbody

Ram Cat Alley, Seneca, SC

Commissioned by Mary and Jason Tannery, this mural of bright, graphic shapes of color was as an attempt to lift the spirits of the community after the heartbreaking tornado of April 2020. Aerosol (64 cans!).

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Seneca Cityscape

By Michelle Winnie

221 E North 1st St, Seneca, SC

Depicts some of the happenings that occur in Seneca along with the people who enjoy them. It is an interactive mural and invites viewers to become part of the painting.

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Seneca Train Depot Circa 1950s

By Jim Juras

Walnut Street, Seneca, SC

The mural depicts a typical day at the Seneca train depot circa 1950. There are (12) 4'x8' wood panels and the image was created in 2" grids. It is in sight of the actual depot and if you listen carefully, you can almost hear the train whistle of long ago. The artist wanted the train to be almost life-size. In working on this project, he came to notice how many trains actually pass through town, blowing their whistle which became inspiration.

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Starry Night

By Melody Davis

213 East Windsor Street, Westminster, SC

Adapted from on “Starry Night” by Vincent Van Gogh. It features a night sky roiling with chromatic blue swirls, a glowing yellow crescent moon, whirling clouds and shining stars.

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Three Musicians

By Melody Davis

213 East Windsor Street, Westminster, SC

Adapted from “Three Musicians” by Pablo Picasso. It depicts three brightly colored figures seated around a table and set in a dark, box-like room in the style of Synthetic Cubism and gives the appearance of cut paper.

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Welcome to Seneca

By Jim Juras

Ram Cat Alley, Seneca, SC

Welcome to Seneca, SC! This mural features local history in the style of mid-century postcards. The cutout letters measure four feet by eight feet, with each panel depicting a different landmark or historical element of the Upstate city west of Clemson and east of Walhalla in Oconee County. This is a great photo-op and landmark attraction.

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