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Completed mural brings new life to Wessels Company headquarters

September 2020

Contact: Rebecca Bennett- Marketing Coordinator
RBennett@westank.com
317-888-9800

For Immediate Release

Mural Brings New Life to Wessels Headquarters

GREENWOOD, IND. — Wessels Company is pleased to announce their large-scale, outdoor mural at their headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana is complete.  It took just over a week for the sketching and painting to be completed on the 100-foot by 20-foot mural.

Over the last several weeks Wessels Company’s President, Jim Fuller, marketing manager Jay Fuller and Macey Dickerson, of Macey Dickerson Arts teamed up to design and put together a vibrant, mural.

From concept to final design, changes were made along the way by both the Wessels team and by the artist herself.  The mural depicts their logo as well as several products that Wessels Company offers and some designs that are meant to represent water and air flows, which are systems you would find Wessels product.

When Jay (Fuller) initially sent me reference photos to incorporate into the mural design, the expanded view of the heat exchanger really caught my eye, Dickerson said. It was such a cool diagram and I knew I wanted that the be a prominent feature. I really like how that part looks. Painting the Wessels logo was also really fun. I like how the curviness of the font contrasts nicely with the rest of the mural which is more geometric.

Dickerson was assisted in painting by her brother, Garrett Dickerson and her friend, Nick Service.

“I enjoyed the process of working with my brother and friend who helped me bring the design to life,” Dickerson said.  “I usually do projects solo, so it was fun working in a team and sharing the experience. I also enjoyed getting to meet the employees at Wessels. Everyone was so friendly and supportive! When it was break time, people were sure to stop by and say ‘hi’ and give encouragement. I felt so welcome.”

Wessels Company president, Jim Fuller says he is pleased with how the mural turned out.
(I) hope it adds color and art to the neighborhood, Fuller said.  It also conveys our pride in our products, our employees, and being part of the Greenwood community.

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