Public Art Projects
Public Art For Wimberley
In 2021 the Wimberleyarts.org board of directors established the Wimberley Valley Public Art Initiative to enhance the visual appeal of our community through the placement of high quality art at select locations throughout our Valley. The Public Art Committee, in collaboration with community partners, identifies exciting, high-profile mural projects and sculpture locations for this venture. Projects are funded, entirely or in part, through donations Wimberleyarts.org’s fund for Public Art Projects. Click below to donate.
NEW CALL FOR ARTISTS: MURAL PROJECT FOR CITY OF WIMBERLEY’S OAK PARK
Wimberley Valley Arts and Cultural Alliance (Wimberleyarts.org) is excited to announce that its Public Arts Committee is taking the lead on an exciting, highly visible MURAL project for the City of Wimberley at the new Oak Park and Welcome Center on Oak Drive in Wimberley, just south of the Wimberley Town Square. Our first step is to select a mural artist to create and execute an outstanding design, and we need your help.
Click the button below for the CALL FOR ARTISTS for the Wimberley City Mural, which includes the submission requirements, selection process, and other relevant details
We ask that you spread the word with the talented visual artists in your community and encourage them to apply and submit a design for consideration. Where possible, please post to your organization’s website or bulletin board.
Deadline for artists’ submissions for the Wimberley City Mural November 6, 2023.
A Wimberley Valley Museum MURAL – “Wimberley: The Story Starts Here”
Wimberley Valley Arts and Cultural Alliance (WVACA) is excited to announce that its Public Arts Committee is taking the lead on an exciting, highly visible MURAL project for the Wimberley Institute of Culture(s) (WIC). Local artist Theresa Vincent has been selected to execute the project. Watch for updates as the project moves forward.
Alexis Pointe Senior Living: Brookshire Brothers Building Mural
In April 2023, Wimberleyarts.org celebrated with the residents and staff of Alexis Pointe Senior Living, as they unveiled a public mural project on the property.