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The Murals of Downtown Buffalo

Mar 29, 2022 | Arts & Culture

Murals of Downtown Buffalo

Crazy Woman Square & the Margo’s Pottery building are home to murals reflecting the artistic expression of our history and culture by local painters Marchel Kelley, Jenny Wuerker, and Aaron Wuerker.

The Artists

Jenny Wuerker: Captures the expanse of the iconic American West. She also teaches a number of art classes. Learn more about Jenny

Aaron Wuerker: Focuses on the contrast between natural beauty
and machinery. Learn More about Aaron

Marchel Kelley: Has won several People’s Choice awards and was
also featured in “The Best of Colored Pencil” and “Creative Colored
Pencil.” Learn more about Marchel

The Bison

The Bison in winter mural, located on the building across from Kum & Go, was commissioned by the owners of Great Divide Fabrication and painted by Gamma Gallery International, as a nod to the tradition of beautifying our downtown and reflecting our culture, through art.

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