This one wall behind a music venue (I think) in Albuquerque was one big interesting mural from one end of the building to the other; this even has the ubiquitous string of peppers which we saw for sale almost everywhere we went.  I believe wall murals can show you a slice of their local culture.



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12 Responses to Motel

  1. Lignum Draco says:

    Very realistic and well done.

  2. Nice…I really enjoy wall murals. I hope life is treating you well, Teri. Cheers!

  3. Timothy Price says:

    Great capture of the mural. The building the mural is on has been vacant for years. It has an interesting split level design on the interior, but I think it has some serious structural issues that make it difficult to lease. The Sunshine Theater (music venue) is across the street.

  4. ChgoJohn says:

    Love it when someone uses paint to create a faux facade for a building. This one’s perspective is spot on.

  5. reocochran says:

    Incorporating the open wall-less space and appliances is such a fascinating part of the mural. You almost wonder what the artist was picturing or his/her motivation! (?) Nice share!

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