The Sturgeon Bay Historical Society
with their hard work in preserving the Teweles and Brandeis Grain Elevator, wanted a mural paying homage to the Sturgeon Bay's agricultural roots. Bayside Bargains
, which is across the street from the grain elevator, allowed us to paint on their wall. The historical society knew they wanted to represent the agriculture heritage of the water to the land so we went about designing a concept that included their famous steel bridge, a wooden clipper ship, that would haul the seeds to the granaries, and in the center, the seed itself as a center point, and then a transition around the wall to a pastoral land with rolling hills which Door County scenery did then, and still does abound in. This was also a paint-by-number mural in which the community turned up to finish painting the lower half.
Location: 14 S Madison Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235