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The murals around Lampasas are a charming little hidden gem in an incredibly artistic little town. They are everywhere, and definitely worth a detour off the beaten path. We've traveled to Lampasas several times, and it seems as though there might be new ones popping...More
Vision Lampasas, a volunteer group dedicated to beautification and art have created 12 (#13 in progress) murals depicting the history and culture of the area. Subjects include boots, wildflowers, wildlife, historical buildings, local music icons. There are also murals dedicated to patriotism, nostalgia and to...More
The first mural designed and painted by the Vision Lampasas group is the Boot Round-Up (2008) on the side of Goodson Surveying (411 S. Western). This colorful depiction of cowboy boots was based on a photograph of boots that were brought to the site by...More
There's a fair number of murals in Lampasas - upwards to ten that I am currently aware of (there could be more, and probably will be in the future). I personally like the murals, they add personality and something different. Some are admittedly better than...More