Heritage Harvesters Mural

If you ever drive down Main Street through downtown Wilmington, you would be hard pressed to miss the Heritage Harvesters mural. It’s 63’x50′ and is a tribute to local farmers. Painted by artist Jason Morgan who also created the Community Garden mural, it portrays farmers connected to the Ohio Century Farms in Clinton County.

It’s jaw dropping, partly for its sheer size and partly for the realism of the people. It looks like the Grapes of Wrath come to life.

Find it on the corner of Main and South streets.

Community Garden

Downtown Wilmington is known for its murals. This Community Garden piece was painted by Jason Morgan to celebrate the area’s love of gardening and farming.

It’s a real show stopper.

There’s even a cat and he looks incredibly realistic.

In fact the entire scene seems realistic, as though the people could say howdy and offer you a tomato.

Find this mural on Locust Street in the city’s historic downtown.