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Philosophic Murals

A series of murals line the inside of the cloistered walkway of Uhuburg, depicting how humankind has tried to understand life throughout the ages. The murals summarize key ideologies, stories, and applications of various philosophies and religions. The project is ongoing to include approximately 30 murals within the next few years.

The most recent additions of the eight murals currently part of the project are Native North American and Hinduism, both of which were completed in the Fall of 2023. When a mural is in the works, the artists can occasionally be seen painting during Day Visit public hours. The mural exhibit is a collective work in progress that will continue over the next few years to eventually include around thirty murals. Murals currently in the research stage include French Polynesian theologies, Christianity and Buddhism.

Informational signs accompany each mural and key features of the murals are part of the guided tour offered during Day Visits.

If you are interested in being an Uhuburg mural artist, send your portfolio, resume and a brief description of your interest in being a part of this project to Bob and Naomi at with the Subject: Mural Artist Inquiry.

Scroll down to see excerpts of some of the murals.


Hinduism Mural excerpt, painted by Whitney and Haven

Whitney & Haven


Native North American Mural by Shannon Willow
Native North American

Shannon Willow



Mary Pratt


Chinese Folks Cosmology by Hoke Johnson
Chinese Folk Cosmology

Hoke Johnson


Zoroastrianism by Josef Mahler

Josef Mahler


New Age

Juniper Rose


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