Main Street Monroe Murals is an ongoing project underwritten by private donations.
Featuring local and regional artists, it provides public art and beautification to the downtown district.
To learn more about mural underwriting, please contact Main Street Monroe at (608) 328-4023.
Location: 1506 10th St.
Artist: Terri Hallman
Inspired by the rolling farmlands of Green County, international artist Terri Hallman's signature style and colors make this mural a must-see. Characterful roosters dominate the abstract landscape scene with intricate patterns and swirls for movement. Hallman's design beautifully blends our farming heritage with artistic expression for a stunning work of art.
Sponsored By: The Forrest and Mildred Kubly Fund through the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, established in 2012 to help with downtown Monroe initiatives related to Main Street.
Artist Bio: Terri Hallman was born in a small town in Wisconsin. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in design from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design. Hallman worked in the design field, winning two International awards for Packaging Design. Her abstract works at first seem primitive and simple. Yet upon further observation there are layers of depth and emotion. Her colors are remarkable in that they are super-saturated. Her work is sold in galleries across the country.