OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Public art continues to pop up around the Oklahoma City Metro. Murals turning blank spaces into colorful masterpieces. Scroll down for a list of murals done by local artists.
Good vibes and powerful faces in pop culture are what comprise this mural. From Ruth Bader Ginsburg to David Bowie, you’re sure to find a favorite among the wall.
Artistic duo Hayley Owen and Lindsay Zodrow created this floral piece in Edmond as part of the Rollin’ Deep mural expo. The pastels make this piece feel like spring all year long.
Between Bricktown and downtown Oklahoma City you will find this immersive artistic experience. A cool feature to this piece: there’s a scavenger hunt list of images to find throughout the mural.
Artist Jason Pawley often incorporates nature in his work, but with his own twist: bright colors. Sometimes his dogs will also be incorporated into his murals in an abstract way, just like this piece in Edmond.
Abstract, colorful rose rocks cover the over 4,000 square foot mural at Classen Curve. This piece is perfect for walking alongside or even eating your lunch in the parking lot to admire.
Artist Dusty Gilpin shares another positive message with beautiful typography in Oklahoma City. The iconic phrase both inviting you to stay at Classen Inn as well as saying, ‘We’re better together.’
Artists Sean Vali and Joe Skilz created this otherworldly mural at Plaza Walls. The piece will stand until Fall 2021. Plaza Walls is a rotating mural project in Oklahoma City’s Plaza District.
Joshua Jaiye Farrell has become known for his linework and black and white color contrast. “Primordial Portal” will be up on display at Plaza Walls through Fall 2021.
Ebony Iman Dallas brought Reaching Our City’s message of ‘You are welcome here’ to life with this mural. Dallas said the piece embodies what the church and nonprofit is all about: helping others through their many services.
It’s always spring at this sky-high mural. Dylan Bradway created the piece at Classen Senior Living back in 2018 with hopes of bringing cheer to those who walk by.
Flying high above Main Street is Rick Sinnett’s “Norman RedTail Hawk.” Eighty-five feet to the top and one hundred feet across, Sinnett’s mural is hard to miss… If you’re looking in the right direction.
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