Exeter Poppies & Lupine Jigsaw Puzzle




Sandy Blankenship – Exeter Chamber of Commerce & Diane Hayes – Sequoia Riverlands Trust share all the fun spring events and activities in Exeter, California, on Big Blend Radio.

Exeter, a gateway destination to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks in central California, is known as one of America’s Prettiest Painted Places for its Downtown Mural Tour. This jigsaw puzzle features the popular ‘Poppies & Lupine’ Mural, which was painted by Varian Mace. Natural history and beauty of California’s central valley is featured. California poppies in the foreground provide rich contrast to the purple and blue lupine. This site is about 10 miles northeast of Exeter en-route to Sequoia & Kings National Parks. This scene is of the Kaweah River before it became what is now known as Kaweah Lake. Look closely to find ladybugs, hummingbirds, and butterflies among the flowers.

The historic brick buildings make a great surface for the 30+ large murals you will find as you stroll throughout Exeter’s charming downtown district. The murals were painted by professional muralists from all over the country. This unique outdoor gallery reflects the history and culture of this pretty little town. The town adds 2-3 murals every year, through the efforts of the volunteer group, “Exeter-A Festival of Arts.” The murals depict the history and spirit of Exeter, and each one has hidden symbol or image. You can arrange for mural tours through the Exeter Chamber of Commerce – call (559) 592-2919 or visit www.ExeterChamber.com.

From orange blossoms to garden walks, Sandy Blankenship – Exeter Chamber of Commerce and Diane Hayes – Sequoia Riverlands Trust, chat with Big Blend Radio about all the fun spring events and activities in Exeter, California. Listen to their interview while you piece together this online jigsaw puzzle of the Poppies & Lupine Mural.

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