While I do try to discover little-known works, I am also trying to be comprehensive on this blog. There aren’t many Nashville murals better known than this one. Maybe the “I Believe in Nashville” murals. I’m not sure what other contenders there are, though the Legends Corner mural that’s gone in recently on Lower Broad is no doubt showing up in a lot of tourist selfies. This piece is by Kelsey Montague, who has been putting in wings murals all over the world as part of her “What Lifts You” campaign, with a little help from Taylor Swift. There’s even an app if you can’t make it to one of her wing murals. Her Instagram account makes clear that even when she’s not painting wings, she has a knack for selfie-ready art. The Nashville version went in last April and was sponsored by Market Street Enterprises.

Located at 230 Eleventh Avenue South, on the south side of Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe, across the alley from AccessorEyes. There’s one-hour free parking in most of the pay lots in The Gulch. The nearest free street parking is a few blocks away.