As local artists paint Silverton one wall at a time,
people come from all over the Pacific Northwest to see Silverton's
larger-than-life art. It started in the early 1990s when local artist David
McDonald painted Norman Rockwell's famous "Four Freedoms." More wall murals
followed, including Silverton native son Homer Davenport, Old Oak Tree, The
Gallon House Bridge, Silverton vintage baseball teams and others in what has
evolved into an outsized museum of art.
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|Four Freedoms: corner of
Second and East Main Street
Homer Davenport: 205 S. First Street
Old Oak Tree: 213 E. Main Street
Silver Falls: near Main Street bridge
Largest Camera in the World: 441 N. Water Street
The 20th Century: C Street near James
The Red Sox: Silver Creek Shopping Center
Oregon Trail: 1787 Pine Street
Santa and Mrs. Claus: W. Main and Fiske Street
Gallon House Bridge: corner of Lewis and South Water Streets
Bobbie, the Prodigal Dog: near covered footbridge on S. Water & Lewis