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Arapahoe Sun

Continuing the theme of The Big Easel -- van Gogh Project, smaller easels with paintings have been erected in other Goodland city parks. Arapahoe Sun in Rosewood has symbols that the Arapahoe Indians in the area would have used.

Bygone Days on the Bricks

Former Goodland resident Brian Freeman wanted a mural on the south side of his coffee house, so he hired Laurie Albin of WaKeeney to paint it. Mural commemorates the 1933 Chicago World's Fair.

Carnegie Arts Center

Carnegie Arts Center offers artwork for sale by local and regional artists.

History of the Opera House mural

Turn back the hands of time at the mural on Goodland's former Opera House.

More Than Words

Sculpture by Goodland native Greg Todd shows a mother and her children reading, a fitting installation in front of a library.

Mysteries of the Kansas Room painting

Kansas Room in Goodland Public Library has a beautiful painting with unanswered questions surrounding it.

Painting store windows

Every summer local 4-H Club members paint store windows in downtown Goodland to encourage people to come to the Northwest Kansas District Free Fair in Goodland.

Picnic in the Park

The painting on an easel in Chambers Park is the most recent addition to Goodland's Art in the Parks series.

Rural Free Delivery

Kenneth Miller Adams, a painter from Taos, N.M., painted the mural "Rural Free Delivery" that now hangs in Goodland's Post Office.

The Big Rooster

See an eight foot by four foot Picasso-style painting of a rooster!

The Giant Sunflower Painting

The Giant Van Gogh Painting sits on an 80-foot easel, the only one in the United States.

The Gigantic Grasshopper

Grassroots artist Lloyd Harden created field art, including a giant grasshopper, which is displayed on Highway 27 north of Goodland.

The rescued stained glass window

Old Engine 99, a stained glass window, was rescued from the trash and saved for the Goodland Public Library.

They Came to Stay

Celebrate the pioneers who triumphed over all obstacles at "They Came to Stay".

Treasures of The Sherman Theatre unmasked

In 2013, Sherman Theatre owner David Branda decided to locate the building's original wiring to install sconces again. He found the wiring -- and some peacocks and roses painted on the walls.
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Goodland, KS 67735
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