Mural mosaics are made up of individual tiles, placed together to create a larger image. Cochrane community mural mosaic is made up of 10 panels, each 8 feet tall and 4 feet wide, making the entire mural the largest in the National Mosaic Project. Cochrane community mural mosaic represents four distinct elements that identify the Cochrane community; our native and western heritage, families at play, hiking in the Rocky Mountains and fly fishing on the Bow River. The Mural was unveiled at the Canada 150 Celebration July 1, 2017, at the annual Canada Day Celebrations at Mitford Park. It now hangs outdoors on the east facing wall of the building at the Tim Bannister Memorial Rink in Cochrane.
The Trust mural was created in 2007 and includes the work of over 200 local artists. On display in the Cochrane RancheHouse lobby, 101 RancheHouse Road Cochrane, AB T4C 2K8. This community mural depicts the spirit of Cochrane. Viewing times are available during office hours of the Town of Cochrane Municipal Offices between 8:30am and 4:30pm, Monday to Friday (not including holidays)