Walking around Downtown Twin Falls you may have noticed some new artwork on display. On December 13th, the Twin Falls Urban Renewal Agency and the Downtown Arts Committee dedicated the artwork entitled "Magic of the Valley"

The new artwork was created by artist Matt Sunderman and it represents the founding generations of the area. The dress actually turns into the Snake River, you can see the covered wagon in the background paying homage to those who traveled the Oregon Trail.

The skyline is beautiful and cloudy but not gloomy. It also represents how far Twin Falls has come and grown. There are a variety of different activities represented in the painting. People bicycling, kayakers, and farmers. I really hope that it is CloverLeaf Creamery ice cream in the woman's hand as well. I mean, what else could it be. I love that there are ducks flying along and the mountains in the background. The attention to detail is astounding.

I think this artist nailed the dedication to the Magic Valley and all the amazing things it has to offer. I have always been jealous of people with this kind of talent. It is a huge mural it must have taken a really long time to finish up. If you haven't had a chance to head down Downtown and check out the mural in person, I highly recommend doing so. It really is a great representation of Twin Falls of yesterday and today.

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