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Art Mural Trail - #RenArtWlk

The Rensselaer Art Walk features murals throughout downtown Rensselaer, Indiana by artists from around the world. There are also some murals in nearby Remington at the end of the list. Look around and you may find some hidden works of art not mentioned here.

This is a great opportunity to stroll the city, grab a bite to eat and visit the small shops. There's also Fenwick Farms Brewing Co. right near the murals in Rensselaer and Carpenter Creek Cellars Winery in Remington that you can stop at while you're in the area!

The majority of the murals are in the alleys behind the buildings on W. Washington St. If you start at eMbers Venue (which has one of Cameron Moberg's mural on the side), walk behind the building and down the alley, you'll find the first wave of murals. Cross Van Rensselaer St. and you'll find another set of murals down that alley up until you get to First Merchants Bank at Cullen St. (there's one on the side of that building, too).

A few more can be found behind the buildings on the other side of W. Washington, as well as at Potawatomi Park along the Iroquois River.

Share photos of your experience online with #RenArtWlk.

This map shows the route visitors can take for the Rensselaer Art Walk.

 

RenArtWlk Potawatomi Park Artist Collaboration: Wildlife

#1 Artist Collaboration: Wildlife

Along the Iroquois River in Potawatomi Park. A collaboration of the artists from the first wave of murals painted in Rensselaer.

Cameron Moberg: “Take Flight” series

#2 Cameron Moberg: “Take Flight” series

On the wall of eMbers at W. Washington St. and N. Front St., joined by smaller murals painted around their patio.

metabyte: colorful chicken &  Lordwesk tag

#3 metabyte: colorful chicken
#4 Lordwesk: graffiti tag

In the alley between N. Front St. and N. Van Rensselaer St., directly behind eMbers.

Royyaldog: Hanbok woman

#5 Royyaldog: Hanbok woman

In the alley between N. Front St. and N. Van Rensselaer St., on the side wall of eMbers.

Andre Cobre: old man

#6 Andre Cobre: old man

In the alley between N. Front St. and N. Van Rensselaer St., on the wall facing Royyaldog's Hanbok woman.

Christine Riutzel: “I’m Ok”

#7 Christine Riutzel: "I’m Ok"

In the alley between N. Front St. and N. Van Rensselaer St., facing the alley.

RenArtWlk Pawnpaint: night sky

#8 Pawnpaint: night sky

In the alley between Front St. and Van Rensselaer St.

RenArtWlk Ricky Watts: colorful beauty

#9 Ricky Watts: colorful beauty

In the alley between N. Front St. and N. Van Rensselaer St., facing the alley.

RenArtWlk Max Sansing: key necklace

#10 Max Sansing: key necklace

In the alley between N. Front St. and N. Van Rensselaer St., opposite Pawnpaint's night sky.

Sean Bullen: Jasper County

#11 Sean Bullen: Jasper County

At the end of the alley between N. Front St. and N. Van Rensselaer St., behind First Merchants Bank.

RenArtWlk Artist Collaboration: "you are loved"

#12 Artist Collaboration: "you are loved"

At N. Van Rensselaer St. and W. Washington St., on First Merchants Bank. A collaboration of the artists from the second wave of murals that were painted.

RenArtWlk Cameron Moberg: Rensselaer

#13 Cameron Moberg: Rensselaer

On the south side of the alley between N. Van Rensselaer St. and N. Cullen St., right as you enter the alley from Van Rensselaer.

Allison Bamcat: scarlet ibis

#14 Allison Bamcat: scarlet ibis

On the south side of the alley between N. Van Rensselaer St. and N. Cullen St., at the end of the building with Rensselaer on it.

RenArtWlk Nick Smith: abstract Rensselaer

#15 Nick Smith: abstract Rensselaer

On the south side of the alley between N. Van Rensselaer St. and N. Cullen St., facing the alley.

RenArtWlk Alex_ann_allen: brother Miguel

#16 Alex_ann_allen: brother Miguel

On the north side of the alley between N. Van Rensselaer St. and N. Cullen St., facing the alley.

RenArtWlk Royyaldog: Olivia

#17 Royyaldog: Olivia

On the north side of the alley between N. Van Rensselaer St. and N. Cullen St., near the end and facing the alley.

RenArtWlk Mister Toledo: growth

#18 Mister Toledo: growth

On the north side of the alley between N. Van Rensselaer St. and N. Cullen St.

RenArtWlk Moosy: octopus

#19 Moosy: octopus

On the north side of the alley between N. Van Rensselaer St. and N. Cullen St., opposite Mister Toledo's growth and next to Natalie Shugculo's flicker firefly.

RenArtWlk Natalie Shugculo: flicker firefly

#20 Natalie Shugculo: flicker firefly

On the north side of the alley between N. Van Rensselaer St. and N. Cullen St., opposite Mister Toledo's growth. There's a small tree that's been painted next to it, too.

RenArtWlk Metabyte: hope

#21 Metabyte: hope

On the north side of the alley between N. Van Rensselaer St. and N. Cullen St.

RenArtWlk Cameron Moberg: turtle

#22 Cameron Moberg: turtle

On the north side of the alley between N. Van Rensselaer St. and N. Cullen St., by Metabyte's hope.

RenArtWlk Allison Bamcat: scarlet ibis

#23 Jenna Morello: cone flowers

Corner of W. Washington St. and N. Van Rensselaer St.

RenArtWlk Caesar Perez: queen of chess

#24 Caesar Perez: queen of chess

In the alley between S. Van Rensselaer St. and S. Front St., on the side of Unique Finds.

RenArtWlk Fasm Creative: humility

#25 Fasm Creative: humility

In the alley between S. Van Rensselaer St. and S. Front St.


Murals in Remington, Indiana

The town of Remington has also begun to delve into murals with the help of Cameron Moberg, curator of RenArtWlk. Below are a few of them. 

Remington Art Walk Map

Cameron Moberg: Grow

#26 Cameron Moberg: Grow

Near W. North St. and N. Ohio St.

Cameron Moberg: Dove

#27 Cameron Moberg: Dove

Near S. Ohio St. and E. South Railroad St.

Cameron Moberg: Wings

#28 Cameron Moberg: Wings

Just to the west of the dove mural, near S. Ohio St. and E. South Railroad St. Great spot for a photo op!

Cameron Moberg: Faith

#29 Cameron Moberg: Faith

On the Remington IGA building on N. Illinois St., just south of 231/E. Division St./Highway 24.


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Lost But Not Forgotten

Sadly, nine of the murals from the first wave were lost in a large fire. Learn more about those works of art below.

play video RENARTWLK - The Fire

RENARTWLK - The Fire