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Fertile Ground , 2008

by Meg Saligman

 

Mediums: Mural

Location: Downtown; Eastern wall of the Energy Systems Inc building on 13th and Webster

Owner: Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

Additional Information: The Omaha Mural Project Fertile Ground is a creation of internationally renowned mural artist Meg Saligman. Saligman’s work tells the story of Omaha’s past, present, and future by featuring historical references, present-day communities, and portraying the passage of time with a unique “back to front” rather than “left to right” composition. At 32,500 sq ft, the mural is the largest public art project in the history of the city of Omaha as well as the largest singly funded mural in the nation. The mural features nearly 50 Omahans who were photographed at locations across the city. Each mural character symbolizes an aspect of life in Omaha.


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