Spring/Summer 2022 mural at the Vermont Welcome Center in Guilford, VT
“Counting Sheep” featuring ewe lambs and working border collie from Smokeshire Hilltop farm in Chester, VT
Wintertime mural at the Vermont Welcome Center in Guilford, VT
Featured are Jon Wright with draft horses Megan and Molly of the Taylor Farm in Londonderry, VT
Summertime Mural at the Vermont Welcome Center in Guilford VT, 2021
Twilight Mural at the Vermont Welcome Center in Guilford, VT. Winter 2020
In 2019 The Grafton Village Cheese Company commissioned a mural for the Cheese Viewing Room at the Grafton Factory. The mural brings attention to the cows and sheep that provide the milk used to make their award – winning cave aged cheeses. GVCC President, Ruth Flore who commissioned the work said, “Amy’s ability to capture all that represents our rural landscape is abundantly on display in her new mural. We are so excited to share her creativity with everyone who stops by.” The cheese company’s facility, at 533 Townshend Road in Grafton, is open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Windham Foundation President, Liz Bankowski and Amy Mosher stand next to a mural of milking goats housed at the foundation barn in Grafton, Vermont. Bankowski who commissioned the work in 2018 said: “Amy captures the vitality and beauty of the animals better than anyone else and I am thrilled that she has created this first work of public art for The Windham Foundation.”
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