Local Artwork

The newest addition to Bronte's collection of murals. Constructed by the Economic Development Council, painted by Presley Rumsey in the summer of 2019.

Located on the side of Glenn-Bivins Insurance.

The Superman Mural is perhaps one of the

most recognizable landmarks in Bronte.

It was painted in 2007 by one of

Ron Cooper's BHS Art classes. It has been

featured in magazines and websites around

the world. Located across from Stripes

on Highway 277.

This mural was inspired by a picture from

Google and secretly spells out, "Bronte."

Painted in 2018 by one of Ron Cooper's

BHS Art classes. Located on Highway 277 across

from the First National Bank.

Chief Kickapoo, painted by sisters Alyssa and Morgan Sallee in 2017. 

Located downtown in-between the Kickapoo Creek Lodge and The Blue Goose.

The Coke County Veterans Memorial, located on the grounds of the Mason Lodge #962.

The memorial is dedicated to all area veterans who served and those who lost their lives fighting in all armed conflicts for the USA.

A humble mural painted on the

Bronte Pool concession stand by Ron Cooper

in 2010.


Gold Star Families Memorial Monument

located at Ft. Chadbourne.
Dedicated: November 18, 2017

Another angle of the Welcome to Bronte

mural on the side of the Glenn-Bivins Insurance building.