If you are out along the bike path near the Train Depot at Hanby Park, you can’t miss a new addition to the scenery…the Mural on the Path. A large mural is now situated on the sheds of Cellar Lumbar for all to enjoy.
The City of Westerville along with The Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County (ADAMH), ALTernative, and the Westerville Parks Foundation unveiled the Mural on the Path at last month.
Art has a powerful ability to heal, inspire and even bring a community together. This project is doing just that, uniting local businesses and residents as they developed a creative vision for their neighborhood. We gathered community input on look of the mural and professional artists developed a design that was painted by volunteers this summer.
Visitors will see images that promote thoughts of healthy living, diversity, unity and hope that inspire them to create their own path.
Parks and Recreation is always looking for ways to continue to enhance our community through new art installations, classes and initiatives like the Mural on the Path. We encourage you to stop by the new mural and let us know what you think.
To check out a feature on the mural from ThisWeek News, click here.