This is one of the murals found on the walls of the old Masonic Temple building on Nucleus Avenue in Columbia Falls, Montana (USA). The artists painted scenes and people from a century ago. One of the things I really like about this mural is the way the artists incorporated the ornamental concrete of the wall into their painting.
The murals represent periods in the Columbia Falls of 100 years ago and from the 1920′s and were painted by Clark Heyler (Clark’s Signs of Kalispell) and Maria Vekkos of Whitefish. The project was funded via donations to the Columbia Falls Community Foundation.
Photo taken in November, 2010 with a Kodak EasyShare Z712 IS camera.