Anacortes muralist Bill Mitchell has a highly visible “work in progress” at the Kennelly Keys Music building on Commercial Avenue. Recently moved into a new display spot on the north side of the building is the “Yankee Doodle” mural, first mounted in 1996 and now being refurbished by the popular Anacortes artist. The reader board with the mural reads: “Captain Bill and Adelaide Kasch ran the first mail and passenger service to the San Juans. 1900.” This is one of dozens of art pieces making up the Anacortes Mural Project, with works by Mitchell dating back more than 30 years.
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