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New murals bring color to downtown Pulaski

Pulaski mural
Pulaski mural downtown
The mural at The Local Farmer in Pulaski.

Two new murals from an area artist are adding even more local color to downtown Pulaski. Etheridge resident Ernest Doty was hired to paint murals on the sides of two downtown murals. One, depicting a Tennessee wild turkey, was created to honor wildlife conservation and the National Wildlife Turkey Federation on the back of the Williams Law and Mediation building while the owners of The Local Farmer commissioned a mural of a black Angus cow to honor the area’s history of agriculture, particularly its beef production. Doty has worked in Japan, Panama, Beijing, and Guatemala.