Susan K. Dailey

Art in Public Places

Berthoud’s Roots
55’ high by 35’ wide
Acrylic painted fabric panels on concrete.
Berthoud, Colorado

Exterior pieces


Before

After

Berthoud’s Roots
“Berthoud’s Roots” is a collaborative work by Susan Dailey and Eleanor Yates. This mural, on the landmark historic grain elevator in downtown Berthoud, is not only a tribute to the town’s agricultural roots, but to its modern spirit of community as well. Sponsored by the Berthoud Arts and Humanities Alliance.

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View from the air.

Greeley Tribune article


Installing from the lift: Susan Dailey (right), Eleanor Yates (middle),
Juli Schrader (left).

We painted this mural in the studio on 55 pieces of fabric, and adhered it to the wall using lift trucks and lots of acrylic gel. Juli Schrader was our primary assistant throughout the project. We also had the support and assistance of Members of the Arts and Humanities Alliance including Gary Wamsley, Carol and Tom Patterson, to mention a few. The Berthoud community was very supportive throughout the process.



Dedication
The artists with members of the Berthoud Arts and Humanities Alliance.


Dedication Day


"Blue Swing Set" jazz trio (Susan's dad on bass). Entertainment for the dedication.