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Have you noticed the two murals that welcome visitors to Ti?  In 2013 the Alliance coordinated two new murals in Ticonderoga transforming two unsightly blank walls into beautiful Adirondack scenes that now welcome visitors to our downtown area.

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One mural is on the side of the Ti Barbershop building near the Sunoco station on Champlain Avenue. It was designed by Ti High arts teacher Britney McCarthy Shaw and her students.  It was painted by Jim Beaty, Seddon Beaty, Patty Hogan, Keeley Andrushko, and Maryann Andrushko with support from Aubuchon Hardware, Bill Best, and Paul Connery.


The second mural can be seen on the retaining wall in front of the hospital on Wicker Street. It was designed and painted by Maura Jebb, a Ticonderoga High School student, and her mom and friends, with mentoring from Joan Pulling, a local artist. Funding for the project was in part made possible by the Essex County Arts Council CAP Grant supported by public funds from Essex County.


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