Fred F. Haberlein (born c. 1946) is an American muralist, painter, and sculptor. He grew taking place at Conejos Ranch, a guest ranch in Conejos County, Colorado. He studied sculpture and printmaking in college, but he is best known for his murals throughout the western United States, predominantly in Colorado. He lives close Glenwood Springs, Colorado.
Haberlein has twice been nominated for the Colorado Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts. He taught art classes at Colorado Mountain College for eighteen years. His first mural was rendered in Oracle, AZ in 1977, and he has completed on culmination of 130 murals previously then. A Native American friend gave him the name "Lightning Heart," which he uses professionally. Haberlein has completed more single-handed murals than any additional U.S. artist.