2022 Winters History Mural
2022 Mural Photos
Creating the Post Office Mural!
Mural Artists at Work!
Post Office Wall - Starting point for Mural 2022
The Wall has been power washed and primed.
Mural Design Diagrams
Mural Design Field Trip
Kate Humphrey and the design crew went to the Winters Post Office on Wednesday.
The field trip was both informative and fun. The team had a personal tour from Cel Galabasa, postman extraordinaire, and Aimee Lassalle, Winters Postmaster. They learned about the alligator that lives in the Post Office basement! Members of the design team took photos of items they found interesting.
2021 Winters History Mural
Support The Winters Historical Mural Project!
The members of the Board of Winters Participation Gallery, thank you for your contribution to our Big Day of Giving fundraising drive. WPG relies on your Big DOG donation to support the annual Historical Mural Project that takes place each summer.
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The "Before" and "After" Photos
Follow The Progress!
Follow the Progress!
Follow the progress in the creation of the Winters History Mural 2021 by the amazing artists of the Winters Mural Class!
Winters Market Mural Visitors
WHS Link Crew Orientation 2021
As part of the WHS Link Crew Orientation tour on August 6, Link Leaders and their freshmen crews used the Winters Market Mural as the background for their "Photo Op Stop." Link Crew is an organization that pairs upperclassmen with incoming 9th grade students to help them with the transition to Winters High School.
Wouldn't it be fantastic to see the same groups take photos in the same spot just before they graduate?
The Design Process
Take a look at the rough layout of the 2021 mural!
Kate Humphrey, the teacher of the design team, says, "The left side of the mural will show a retro' style postcard with the letters of 'WINTERS' filled with several well-known sites in the area. The Papel Picado flags at the top of the mural will show illustrations of various celebrations in the area. A natural landscape will fill the background which includes local flora and tule huts as made by the first people to live in this area. Floating over the landscape will be 3-4 postcard style images that show businesses from the corners of Railroad and Grant Avenue."
Kudos to Kate and the design team artists!