The first murals in Denver were painted by an artist named Mac Miller in the 1930s.
Today, the city has over 40 murals.
Mac Millar had a lot of money, and he wanted to paint murals to impress people.
He started out by painting murals on the side of the railroad tracks in the downtown area, then the city added a couple more stations in the west side of Denver and then the north side of downtown.
They expanded into the downtown by the 1930’s and 1940’s, then they expanded to the east side by the 1950’s and 1960’s.
MacMillar also painted murals all over the city, including downtown.
But there’s one piece of his work that stands out to me.
When he painted a mural on the east end of Denver, it was on the west end of the city.
He painted on the same wall on the north end of downtown, and then he painted on one wall on one side of Downtown Denver and the other on the other side of East Lake, where the train tracks used to be.
He had this giant mural of a city on the wall.
Macmiller had this massive wall of murals he painted in Denver.
It’s an incredible thing to see.
That mural was like a piece of art that he was so proud of.
So that’s how I felt when I saw that, and that’s what I was really excited about when I first saw that piece of work, because that’s exactly how Mac Millan wanted to represent Denver.
Now, this is what I call a real piece of history.
When I first walked through that, I felt a lot more comfortable walking through it than when I walked into it.
And I’m glad that I went in there with a preconceived idea that the murals were just the work of an artist, and I was a little disappointed because I was excited to see that Mac Millen was painting it.
I was thinking, I can’t believe this is real.
When you walk in there and see this massive piece of mural, you realize that it’s a real mural that Macmill had, that MacMill’s got a big mural and it’s got these big lines all around it, and it was a real masterpiece that Mac was trying to do.
He wanted to be recognized for his art.
So he painted it.
It just felt like he was just trying to be creative and bring his art to life.
The murals that Mac miller painted are on the National Register of Historic Places.
The mural is on the Denver Post Building.
They’re on the first floor of the National Building Museum, and on the second floor of The National Gallery of Art, and the third floor of Denver State University.
It is on both the National Gallery and the National Museum of American History.
So MacMiller’s done this thing, he’s been on a tear and now he’s going to get paid to paint his art on a national historic landmark.
The Denver Post is the oldest newspaper in the country.
And MacMill is on that iconic building and that building was built in the 1800s.
It was the first building in Denver to have an electric street light.
And it was the last one to have a street light at the time that Mac did the muras, but he did a lot on that building, and there’s a painting on the back wall that shows the building in the 1840s.
So it’s very cool that Mac, who’s been painting muras for 40 years, is going to be able to do a mural in Denver, because it’s going on there, and now we can appreciate that this is one of those great works of art.
Mac was a master of his craft, and this is a great tribute to him.
I hope you like it.
That’s what we’re trying to say, and to celebrate Mac Millers mural, the Denver Nuggets and the Denver Stiffs have teamed up to put together a special edition of their signature Nuggets-Dirk Nowitzki Tribute.
The Nuggets will unveil this special edition Wednesday, March 5, when they take on the Los Angeles Lakers in a nationally televised game at Pepsi Center.
And they will also unveil this edition of the Nuggets Tribute on Monday, March 6, when the Nuggets host the Dallas Mavericks.
The two special editions will feature the two-minute, 20-second clips that will be played over the loudspeakers during the game.
So you’re going to see a new rendition of Mac Mill’s mural every week, but on Wednesday, on the Nuggets’ Tribute you’re not going to hear it.
So get your tickets for Wednesday, get your Nuggets Tributes tickets and you can watch this new version of Mac’s mural on Wednesday night, March 7, and Friday, March 10, at the Pepsi Center in Denver and throughout the city of Denver