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Corinth Depot Mural

Monuments, Statues and Public Art
The Corinth Central School District STEP class that assisted for 10 hours in getting the paint on. Great job guys! – Sher Millis


The Corinth Depot Mural is the third in a series of community revitalization murals for Corinth. The artist, Sher Millis, created the "Corinth Gateway Mural Project" in her mind in 2010 and brought it to life in 2011. This particular mural was conceived by Sher after the sight was recommended to her by a friend, Sue Wilder. After several visits and all the recent good news about a train coming to the Adirondacks, the subject of the mural was decided. Per a recent "Bravo" given the mural by The Post Star, June 18, 2012, "Enormous mural on Route 9N enhances history and look of town of Corinth". It is expected to be completed by the first week of September, 2012.

Don't Miss This When Visiting

If traveling north on NYS Route 9N into the Adirondack Park, it is just north of the Corinth Veterinary Clinic on the west side of 9N and Heath Road, Corinth.

The first of murals in the series are located at 8 Mallory Street in the Village of Corinth, across from our famous "The Barn"; a historical barn turned into an ice cream experience, gift store with live music in the summer. The second, "Biscuit's Bakery" is located on the corner of Oak and Main Streets in the village.