The Beauty of Community mural at Park Avenue Thrift celebrates Enid’s music legacy with trumpet vine flowers and a guitar and features historic grain elevators with their inventive hexagon shape and of course, wheat. The Indian Blanket Flower, Oklahoma’s state wildflower, is also painted on the buffalo in front of Park Avenue. The open book, also making an Art Deco shape, seeks to inspire readers, with the sun glowing behind it. The top hat with the recycle symbol shows how Park Avenue Thrift turns your donated items into funding for Enid’s quality of life, such as arts & entertainment, beautification, literacy, and education!
Artists: Kelly and Ty Tompkins of Enid
Location: Park Avenue Thrift