New murals help beautify city


By Dan Pennington - dan@durantdemocrat.com



Clay and Dottie Moore of Moonlight Murals are proud of their butterfly on a building on Lost Street in Durant. The building owner was happy to have their building beautified with one of the first that should start popping up in the downtown area. The butterfly covered vandal graffiti that had been sprayed on the building.


Photo | Durant Main Street

Abraham Lincoln as depicted on the side of the Jimmy Speed Law Firm located on the south side of Durant’s Market Square.


Photos by Dan Pennington | Durant Democrat

A magnolia painted on the Dumpster located at Market Square.


Photos by Dan Pennington | Durant Democrat

Between 1st and 2nd, in the alley behind Main street, a butterfly mural was recently completed for Durant Main Street.


Photos by Dan Pennington | Durant Democrat

Clay Moore of Moonlight Murals puts the finishing touches on a magnolia he painted on a Dumpster at Durant’s Market Square.


Photo | Durant Main Street

Stephanie Gardner has been busy heading up Durant Main Street and all the activities they promote. Murals are popping up in downtown Durant, meant to help beautify the city. “Art in the Alley” is underway with plans for more as more businesses and building owners participate. A mural was painted recently on Lost Street, which
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