Mural work continues after winter hiatus


Jason Morgan works on a mural Wednesday afternoon at the Highland County Administration Building. Morgan, a Yellow Springs artist who has created several murals in the area, began work on this one in October, but had to stop for the winter due to inclement weather. Now, he’s back at it again and hoping to finish this summer. The mural shows symbolic structures from settlements around Highland County. Tom Horst, who spearheaded the project, told The Times-Gazette that when the mural is finished, it will appear as though the design is cut in stone. Horst said the mural is paid for by funds from several local businesses and individuals.


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Jason Morgan works on a mural Wednesday afternoon at the Highland County Administration Building. Morgan, a Yellow Springs artist who has created several murals in the area, began work on this one in October, but had to stop for the winter due to inclement weather. Now, he’s back at it again and hoping to finish this summer. The mural shows symbolic structures from settlements around Highland County. Tom Horst, who spearheaded the project, told The Times-Gazette that when the mural is finished, it will appear as though the design is cut in stone. Horst said the mural is paid for by funds from several local businesses and individuals.

Jason Morgan works on a mural Wednesday afternoon at the Highland County Administration Building. Morgan, a Yellow Springs artist who has created several murals in the area, began work on this one in October, but had to stop for the winter due to inclement weather. Now, he’s back at it again and hoping to finish this summer. The mural shows symbolic structures from settlements around Highland County. Tom Horst, who spearheaded the project, told The Times-Gazette that when the mural is finished, it will appear as though the design is cut in stone. Horst said the mural is paid for by funds from several local businesses and individuals.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/05/web1_muralwork-1.jpgJason Morgan works on a mural Wednesday afternoon at the Highland County Administration Building. Morgan, a Yellow Springs artist who has created several murals in the area, began work on this one in October, but had to stop for the winter due to inclement weather. Now, he’s back at it again and hoping to finish this summer. The mural shows symbolic structures from settlements around Highland County. Tom Horst, who spearheaded the project, told The Times-Gazette that when the mural is finished, it will appear as though the design is cut in stone. Horst said the mural is paid for by funds from several local businesses and individuals. David Wright | The Times-Gazette