The Wheaton Library and Recreation Center Music Playground Mural compliments the interactive percussive features of the outdoor play space with vibrant, two-dimensional visuals; including immersive-scale piano keys, colorful musical notes, the phrase “Let’s Play” translated into fourteen languages, and a foot-based “MIRROR ME” game. The playground artwork was designed by Annapolis Landscape Architects and installed by GAF-certified applicator Graham Coreil-Allen of Graham Projects in collaboration with sign painter / muralist Greg Gannon and illustrator Carol Paist. The mural was created using custom-tinted StreetBond; a high-durability, high-traction epoxy paint formulated for use on paved surfaces.

The $70 million reconstruction and expansion of the Montgomery County library and recreation center in Wheaton was designed by Grimm + Parker architects and built by Costello Construction.