Kelly Meredith created this mural honoring the glory days of downtown Virginia. It features classic cars and former businesses.
Virginia business owners Hartley and Wesley Koski are the subjects of this mural by Kelly Meredith.
This abstract mural by Lucia Riffel, "Growing Together," represents the complexities and the cooperation of a city and a garden.
Members of the award-winning Virginia Marching Blues marching band are depicted in this mural by Kelly Meredith.
Kelly Meredith's Canelake's Candy mural celebrates Gust and Tom Canelake and their famous Candy Kitchen, still in business today.
The Virginia Public Library and the Going to Pieces Quilt Guild collaborate to display new quilts each month above the fireplaces in the main reading room.
Margie Iraci made this metal sculpture depicting Minnesota's state bird. It is on the north exterior wall of the Virginia Public Library.
Marty Biondich was a beloved Virginia resident dedicated to keeping the city's streets clean. He watches over Chestnut Street in this mural by Kelly Meredith.
The main hallway of Roosevelt Elementary School (formerly Roosevelt High School) is graced by a panoramic mural depicting the mining industry. It was completed in 1937 by Virginia artist Duane Bryers, who also built giant snow sculptures of historical figures outside the school.
Virginia High School students and teacher Byron Kesanen made this sculpture in 1991.