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My name is Courtney and my Instagram account @courtneyincolor focuses on Utah Murals & Street Art! Having lived in Downtown Salt Lake City for 6+ years now, I've fallen in love with this city and all the unique things it has to offer. Street art in Salt Lake has surged over the last few years and today I'm sharing 5 murals you have to see in Downtown Salt Lake City! 

1- Salt Lake City Mural | 619 S 600 W Salt Lake City
Mural Artists: Pat Milbury & Pat McKinney

2- Campfire Mural | 800 S 15 E Salt Lake City
Mural Artist: Roger Whiting

3- Eccles Theater Mural | 160 Regent St. Salt Lake City
Mural Artist: Travi O'Very Covey
This mural was done on a garage door of th Eccles loading dock, depending on the day, this mural may not be visibile if the dock door is open. 

4- Utah! Mural | 741 Kilby Court Salt Lake City
Mural Artist: Evan Jed Memmott

5-Sprinkle Wall | The Bog O Donuts | 248 W 900 S. Salt Lake City
Mural Artist: Alan Peck (logo) & Big O Employees did the sprinkles!

These murals are some of my favorite and if you visit them be sure to share your photo on Instagram and tag @thesaltproject & @courtneyincolor so we can see! I'll be sharing more murals every month here on The Salt Project, so stay tuned for more! 

Courtney is a Utah native who has a passion for local art and anything in color! Courtney currently lives in Downtown Salt Lake City with her husband and young son. She loves to explore the city and is always on the hunt for new murals to share on her Instagram account @courtneyincolor.

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Wayne Watson Sun, 07/28/2019 - 10:49

I believe you have the addresses on murals 2 and 4 swapped. Maybe verify and update your post? I found the murals by guessing what may have happened.

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