Welcome to Klamath: Public art abounds

Take some time to appreciate the art resident in downtown Klamath Falls. From murals to amazing architecture, there is a lot to appreciate during a downtown stroll.

The Klamath Falls Downtown Association asked local artists to use utility boxes as a canvas. They look amazing.

The Klamath Falls Downtown Association asked local artists to use utility boxes as a canvas. They look amazing.

Klamath is along the history Applegate Trail, which brought settlers to our region.

Klamath is along the history Applegate Trail, which brought settlers to our region.

Klamath's Kingsley Field is named for David Kingsley who sacrificed his life in air combat over Poland in World War II. The mural was painted by Chris Young in 1996.

Klamath’s Kingsley Field is named for David Kingsley who sacrificed his life in air combat over Poland in World War II. The mural was painted by Chris Young in 1996.

Klamath's Kingsley Field is named for David Kingsley who sacrificed his life in air combat over Poland in World War II. The mural was painted by Chris Young in 1996.

Klamath’s Kingsley Field is named for David Kingsley who sacrificed his life in air combat over Poland in World War II. The mural was painted by Chris Young in 1996.

They don't make them like this anymore. This  Norman Fortress was build as First National Bank. It now houses El Palacio and the Elks Lodge.

They don’t make them like this anymore. This Norman Fortress was build as First National Bank. It now houses El Palacio and the Elks Lodge.

This Elk is found behind the beautiful Norman Fortress that was build as First National Bank. It now houses El Palacio and the Elks Lodge.

This Elk is found behind the beautiful Norman Fortress that was build as First National Bank. It now houses El Palacio and the Elks Lodge.

The Ross Ragland Theater started life as the Esquire movie theater. A community drive saved the building from demolition and it is now a phenomenal cultural arts facility.

The Ross Ragland Theater started life as the Esquire movie theater. A community drive saved the building from demolition and it is now a phenomenal cultural arts facility.

The Klamath Falls Downtown Association asked local artists to use utility boxes as a canvas. They look amazing.

The Klamath Falls Downtown Association asked local artists to use utility boxes as a canvas. They look amazing.

This metal sculpture stands outside of the Medical Dental Building, which has the most floors of any building downtown. It also features an elevator attendant.

This metal sculpture stands outside of the Medical Dental Building, which has the most floors of any building downtown. It also features an elevator attendant.

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