Wait, there’s an actual window, a real window, in that mural!
My husband and I turned our car around to take a closer look at the Bangor Quilt Mural on the side of the building near the railroad tracks.
On my vacations and birdwatching trips, I’ve had the pleasure of seeing many impressive murals in small and large towns in Michigan and Ohio.
But this was the first time I’ve seen an artist incorporate part of the functional part of the building into their mural.
About the Bangor Quilt Mural
The window next to the door in the mural is an actual working window; I could see through the glass.
Sadly, my research didn’t uncover any details about the faces of the people in quilt in the mural.
For my blog readers in Michigan, if you know any background about the mural, I’d love to hear it!
And anyone who’s traveling on the west side of Michigan, stop by the small town of Bangor and check out the mural.