Discovered! Inspiring new Birmingham Titusville Neighborhood mural

Titusville Mural Memorial Park
Titusville Mural at Memorial Park. Photo via Pat Byington for Bham Now

New mural alert! Birmingham’s Titusville neighborhood now has a new inspirational painting in the heart of the community.

Located on the backside of the Memorial Park Recreation Center at 524 6th Avenue South, I literally stumbled upon the nearly finished mural on a Sunday morning picture-taking drive around the community. 

Obviously, when I returned back home, I visited one of my favorite Facebook group pages Murals of Birmingham.  Of course, they had the details about this wonderful addition to one of Birmingham’s most historic communities.

Here is their February 20th post about the mural project in Titusville:

According to Murals of Birmingham’s Viktoria Havasi, there will be a community unveiling in the near future. She also said chalk will be left at the mural so residents can interactively write in answers within the  bubbles. Pretty cool stuff.

Tiitusville mural bubbles. Photo via Pat Byington for Bham Now

Interested in Birmingham’s Murals?

If you are interested in finding Birmingham’s colorful and creative murals, visit the Murals of Birmingham group Facebook page. Pinned at the top you will see a continuously updated google map of all the murals in and around the Magic City. It is an awesome gift to the community.   

I asked Viktoria for comment about Birmingham’s murals and why they are important to our community. She provided me this statement.

“I love murals for a variety of reasons: most of the murals are outdoor pieces and are easily accessible for anyone for free. Murals can transform dull, neglected walls or buildings to something spectacular, and mural hunts can be a safe activity that you do alone or with a few of your friends/family members during the pandemic. Murals – especially temporary ones we had around downtown last summer – can also be art pieces that make us think about current events or get involved with movements like Black Lives Matter. I hope we will have many more murals added to our great city in the future.”

We totally agree. In fact, here are a few recent murals that have appeared over the past few months.

Gus’s Hot Dogs  John Lewis Mural

Gus's Hot Dogs Birmingham
Artist Dewon Moten in front of the unfinished John Lewis Mural in downtown Birmingham on 4th Avenue North. Photo via Pat Byington for Bham Now

Legacy of Hope  Mural

Legacy of Hope Mural Wall
Legacy of Hope Mural Wall. Photo via Legacy of Hope

The Kloset Mural in Fairfield

Kloset Mural
Kloset Mural in Fairfield. Photo via Pat Byington for Bham Now

What’s Next

Stay tuned for future murals reveals. Know about a new mural in your community? Send us an email at  and we will promote it on our social channels

Pat Byington
Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama's Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama's cancer risk and mercury standards.

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