Moulton Ranch Center Mural

The Moulton Ranch Center (formerly the Cabot Town Center) has a wonderful new addition with murals that capture the spirit of the Orange County’s ranching heritage. The property  has been owned by the Moulton family from 1895 to present. It is Laguna Hill’s first mural which was completed by Tim Smith, LCAD graduate and instructor. This vista was created from historical images from the archive.

View the mural at 25272 Cabot Road Laguna Hills, CA 92653, which is on the exterior of the Howard’s building. We will have a reception with the city of Laguna Hills and the Chamber of Commerce with the date TBD. Please follow our social media and visit this webpage for updates.

Take a step back into time in Laguna Hills with our larger than life selfie station by tagging #MoultonMuseum in your posts! Muralist Tim Smith uses, “Trompe l’oeil illusions combined with exaggerated depth of field set the stage for participants to become characters in the scene, creating a hotspot for selfies and group photos. “

Panoramic Design with
Bronze Site Signs

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