The original Bothell historic murals were created in 1989 as part of the Washington Centennial project. The murals were painted on the side of a City building. However, after the building was destroyed, a group of artists banded together to re-create the murals. If you’re wondering why the murals lack a lot of color, it’s because the murals were painted in a sepia color scheme to match the old photographs that the murals were based on.
To View the Murals
You can view the murals at the 18100 block of 101st Ave NE in Bothell, WA. Click here to view the location using Google Street View. You can also view a slideshow of the murals on the Redmond Library's Photostream on flickr.