WHOLE WALL MURAL
At 140 feet in length, the 6,400 brick Whole Wall Mural is the longest sculpted brick mural in the US. It is located on the east wall of the Cloud County Museum Annex and Concordia Travel Information Center/Cloud County Tourism office. The incredible piece of public art depicts the history of Cloud County. The Whole Wall mural is a project of the Cloud County Historical society.
ABOUT THE WHOLE WALL PROJECT
Cloud Ceramics donated 6,400 bricks for the Cloud County Museum Whole Wall Mural. The three-dimensional brick mural covers the exterior wall of the Museum annex located at 6th & U.S. 81 in downtown Concordia. The 140' brick mural features the history of Cloud County including the Cloud Ceramics beehive kilns. In the spring of 2008 the carving was completed by artists Catherine Magel, St. Louis, and Mara Smith, Seattle. Cloud County Community College provided space for the artists to sculpt. Cloud Ceramics not only donated the Dakota clay brick, but also transported the brick to and from the college and flash-fired the 6,400 brick.
Suggested Donations $4.00