Renovation continues on American Mural Project’s future home in Winsted

The American Mural Project now has a (raised) roof over its head, at the former factory building on Whiting Street. Photo by Shaw Israel Izikson.

Sharon resident Ellen Griesedieck’s journey to complete her American Mural Project (AMP) has taken more than 16 years.

It began when she purchased the former Winsted Hosiery Factory on Whiting Street in 2006 and began work on what she describes as “the largest indoor collaborative artwork in the world —  a mural 120 feet long, 48 feet high and up to 10 feet deep.”

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