Laramie Mural Tour

Laramigos are very proud of our mural scene and the work that started it all. In 2011, the Laramie Mural Project was founded as a collaboration between the University of Wyoming Art Museum, the Laramie Mainstreet Alliance, and the Laramie Public Art Coalition. The partnership funded over 20 murals throughout the downtown of Laramie, bringing vibrancy and celebrating the culture and heritage of our western city.

In recent years, the Mural Project torch has been taken up by the Laramie Public Art Coalition, which now raises funds for future murals and the maintenance of the original works of the Laramie Mural Project. To take the tour, follow our map below or click here to take the mural tour by car.

As of 2022 the Laramie Public Art Coalition also has their own Public Art Tour, featuring video interviews of the artists that we at Visit Laramie were happy to help fund.

The Laramie Mural Project


Tierra y Libertad

Tierra y Libertad, 2011 mural

Artist: Talal Cockar
Title: Tierra y Libertad, 2011
Location: North wall of the original Big Hollow Food Co-Op, 119 S. First St.
Funded by the Laramie Mural Project.



Grainery Grove

Grainery Grove, 2011-2013 mural

Artist: Meghan Meier
Title: Grainery Grove, 2011-2013
Location: The Big Dipper, 111 E. Ivinson Ave. east-facing alley and north wall
Funded by the Laramie Mural Project.


Prairie Dog Town

Prairie Dog Town, 2013 mural

Artists: Jeff Hubbell and Lindsay Olson
Title: Prairie Dog Town, 2013
Location: In the alley behind Atmosphere Mountainworks, west-facing. Enter the alley east of 1st Street between Ivinson Ave and Grand Ave.
Funded by the Laramie Mural Project.



Escape, 2012 mural

Artist: Meghan Meier
Title: Escape, 2012
Location: North wall of Undercover Bed and Spas, Second and Garfield St.
Funded by the Laramie Mural Project.


Hollyhock Haven

Hollyhock Haven, 2011 mural

Artist: Travis Rhett Ivey
Title: Hollyhock Haven, 2011
Location: Sage Grouse Parking Lot, the lot north of Custer St. between 1st and 2nd Streets.
Funded by the Laramie Mural Project.



Growth, 2012 mural

Artist: Dan Toro
Title: Growth, 2012
Location: Transforming Strength Gym, 416 S. 3rd St. at the northwest corner of 3rd and Garfield Streets.
Funded by the Laramie Mural Project.


Crossing Sherman Hill

Crossing Sherman Hill, 2013 mural

Artist: Travis Rhett Ivey
Title: Crossing Sherman Hill, 2013
Location: Modern Printing north wall, Kearney Street between 2nd and 3rd.
Funded by the Laramie Mural Project


We Built the Dream

We Built the Dream, 2014 mural

Artist: Talal Cockar
Title: We Built the Dream, 2014
Location: 606 S. 2nd Street, south wall
Funded by the Laramie Mural Project



Gill Street Mural Collaboration

Gill Street mural

Title: Gill Street
Location: Trout Parking Lot at 1st and Garfield, spanning the west wall of Altitude Chophouse and Brewery, Quilt Essentials, Bent & Rusty, and Luna Salon
Artists: Colleen Friday, Jeff Hubbell, Travis Ivey, Evan Levi, Chelsea Lowry, Meghan Meier, Lindsay Olson, Dan Toro, Adrienne Vetter


Special Thanks

The Laramie Mural Project utilizes local artists to create one-of-a-kind, large-scale murals in the heart of downtown that reflect Laramie’s cultural assets. The mural project is a collaboration between the University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie artists, downtown business owners, and the Laramie Main Street Alliance. Funding for the murals has been provided by community donors through Kickstarter, the Guthrie Family Foundation, City of Laramie, the Laramie Beautification Committee, Warren Federal Credit Union, and the Wyoming Arts Council through the Wyoming Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts.

For more information about the original Laramie Mural Project, visit To fund future murals and mural upkeep, donate to the Laramie Public Art Coalition.

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