Huron artist unveils murals at Kansas Mall

PHOTO BY ROXY STIENBLOCK/PLAINSMAN Shaun Schnathorst stands by the three new murals he created of historic buildings in Huron. A public unveiling of his artwork was held Saturday morning at the Kansas Mall, 240 Dakota Ave. S., between Sherwin Williams and PB Sports.

HURON — Huron artist Shaun Schnathorst, who is a member of the Huron Community Improvement Committee, unveiled three new murals of historic buildings in Huron Saturday at the Kansas Mall, 240 Dakota Ave. S., between Sherwin Williams and PB Sports.

Schnathorst, who presented five paintings at the location in 2016, presented these works to the community that he completed in 2021. Made from mild steel, they are more weather resistant.

They were framed by Steve Van Winkle. The three paintings unveiled were the Queen-Anne Victorian Pyle House, established in 1894, the Grace Episcopal Church, established in 1886, and the old Huron City Hall, which was established in 1920.

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