The mural depicts the west part of Colfax Avenue, America’s longest street. It was once called “The golden road” because it connected Denver and Golden. It displays many features of West Colfax avenue and symbols of Colorado.
Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, State Animal
A cowboy on a horse, a symbol of the American West
Sloan Lake, Park, lake and neighborhood in Denver right near West Colfax Avenue
The Rocky Mountains
, a symbol of Colorado
West line of Light rail,
transit system in the Denver Metro Area
Mail truck with Lakewood’s mailman, Ruben
Bellflowers and hummingbird, symbol of Lakewood and 40 West Arts
Fisherman, farm fields and Colorado sun
Motels, hotels and multiple historic businesses of the West Colfax corridor
I couldn’t forget the Colorado Potato Beetle
, another symbol of Colorado for any ex-soviet person
Other murals of West Colfax Mural Fest participants. Read more about the festival and my design here>
Painting a cowboy.
You can see more pictures of the mural process here >
Rocky Mountain Ram
The mural was auctioned at the West Colfax Mural Festival. Please come back in few weeks to see the images of the mural at it’s permanent location.
The mural design. To read more about the design creation visit this blog post>