Salt Lake City Murals – Part 1 – Lamb Chops

In the last 13 years I have lived in Salt Lake City, and 28 in different Utah cities. I have always thought SLC offered a rather dull scheme of color in architecture, but just this past year I saw one of the oldest buildings being transformed into a beautiful 3D canvas. These pictures are from the Positively 4th Street mural. This building was built in 1904 and is located on the corner of 400 South and 400 West. This place is a landmark for the underground music scene as they offer 24/7 rental space for musicians to practice.

The pictures that follow are from the side walls. I hope you enjoy them.

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