Small Town Dedicates Grad’s Big Mural

September 13th, 2010 by CCAD News
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Detail of Ashville mural from

A 16-foot-wide mural painted by Dirk Rozich (CCAD ’03) to capture the history and atmosphere of Ashville, OH is to be dedicated on Sunday, Sept. 26 at 2 p.m.

The mural was installed on the outside of Ohio’s Small Town Museum, 34 Long St., in Ashville, which is approximately 20 miles south of Columbus in Pickaway County. The alumnus was commissioned about a year ago by the museum. Painting began in late February and was finished in early July in just under 1,000 hours.

Speakers at the dedication ceremony include the town mayor, museum curator, and Rozich.

To see more of Rozich’s work go to For more information about dedication activities contact the museum at 740.983.9864.

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