The walls of the Smithsonian Institution are being painted in a style of prehistoric art called dinosaur wall mural.
This is done by painting dinosaur and other animals on top of each other.
This technique has been around for thousands of years and it was first created by artists such as Alexander Graham Bell.
In addition to the paintings of dinosaurs, this method also includes works of art from Native American artists such the Hopi and Cheyenne.
The work is part of the ongoing Dinosaur Wall project.
Dinosaur Wall is an art exhibit that showcases artwork that has been created by Native Americans, Native American artisans, Native Americans and the American public in the United States.
The project is being organized by the Smithsonian National Museum of American History (NMNH), the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Museum of Science and Industry, and the Smithsonian African American Museum.
This exhibit is being held in Washington, DC, from April 14 to August 5.
The exhibition will feature art from across the nation.
Here is a look at some of the murals from the exhibit.
A baby, with a tusk, and a tail, hangs on a dinosaur wall.
This image was created by artist James N. Jones in a mural on the National Museum’s Dinosaur Wall.
The skull of an extinct species of dinosaur hangs on the wall of the Dinosaur Wall exhibit.
This work by artist Andrew Kortan was created in honor of the 150th anniversary of the end of the Endangered Species Act.
A group of dinosaurs and a female eagle nest on a wall of Dinosaur Wall, one of the more than 1,000 works on display.
This painting by artist Robert G. Wood was commissioned in 2010 to commemorate the 125th anniversary.
A large painting by William B. Staggs was created to honor the 100th anniversary since it was created.
Artist Peter Cramer created this mural in honor to the 150 years since the End of the Great Depression.
Artist Robert A. Stieger created this dinosaur mural in the 1930s to honor workers who died in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park during the Great Fire of 1917.
This dinosaur mural by artist Charles E. Gossett depicts the life of a dinosaur, which was created with the help of the National Park Service.
Artist James B. Bowers created this Dinosaur Wall mural in 2001 to honor his grandfather, who passed away in 2012.
This mural by George S. Brown and the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife is dedicated to the preservation of endangered wildlife.
This murals by artist Edward L. Miller depicts the Life of the Dinosaurs, an educational mural that was commissioned by the National Geographic Society in 1994.
This Dinosaur Wall painting by sculptor Edward L Miller was commissioned to honor Smithsonian Curator of Dinosaurs Robert F. Walker.
This sculpture by artist John D. Mathers, titled The Last Dinosaur, is dedicated in honor in honor for the life-sized sculpture that was created for the National Wildlife Federation in 1998.
This piece by artist Richard C. McAlpine was created as part of a mural project by the University of Florida.
This wall mural by Charles G. Brown is a tribute to the first Native American to visit the Smithsonian.
This artist’s impression of the head of the first Tyrannosaurus rex.
This illustration of the fossilized head of Tyrannosaurus was created through the work of the museum’s curator of paleontology, Dr. Richard A. Shoup.
This artwork by artist William E. Hays depicts the head and arms of a Tyrannosaurus.
This works by artist Peter C. Cramer and the National Parks Service were commissioned to commemorate 150 years of the completion of the dinosaur wall project.