Public Art of Greater Phoenix

Public art serves as a vibrant and expressive mirror reflecting the cultural pulse of a community. Its dynamic presence on urban surfaces not only adds aesthetic allure, but also encapsulates the narratives, values and histories unique to that locality. By providing a public canvas for diverse voices, public art fosters a sense of belonging, stimulates dialogue, and fosters pride among residents, thus playing a crucial role in shaping and preserving the distinctive identity of a community.

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Experience the full virtual gallery here.

This exhibit is displayed in a hybrid format with a limited number of the selected pieces on display at GPEC’s downtown Phoenix office and the remainder shown in a virtual space. Although the office is not open to the public, various private events bring viewers into the space.

Artist Submissions


Aiden Renner, Peoria     
Acrylic Painting | 36” x 24” | $1,300

“You have power over your mind – not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.” – Marcus Aurelius. Paint is scattered to show the uncontrolled nature of your mind. The clean lines of black and gold leaf show the potential of strength.

A Time Machine Called Tinaja

Bobby Zokaites, Tempe    
Metal Sculpture | 179’ x 74’ x 19’

7304 W Crittenden Ln, Phoenix, AZ 85033
Collaborators: Dig Studio (landscape architecture)
Photo credit: BitterCandy Photo

Developed as a joint endeavor with the City of Phoenix’s Water Department and Office of Arts and Culture, this reclamation project turned a defunct well site into a community green space with walking paths, sculpture, fencing, lighting and landscaping.

Sign Remix

Bobby Zokaites, Tempe    
Metal Sculpture | 20’ x 9’ x 5’ | $800

E Apache Blvd, Tempe, AZ 85281
Photo credit: Grey Shed Studio

Apache Boulevard, with its rich history of iconic signage, has remained a bellwether landscape for the continuous flux between university and city architecture, campus and urban life. In honor of this tradition, I’ve designed Sign Remix.

Antonym For a Tchotchke

Bobby Zokaites, Tempe    
Metal Sculpture | 20’ x 6’ x 2’ | $800

S Dorsey Ln & E Apache Blvd, Tempe, AZ 85281
Photo credit: Grey Shed Studio

Abstracted air handlers on high perches overlook the streetcar stop at Dorsey Road. The contemporary presentation of seemingly arcane items symbolize the historical and current industrial practices of Tempe, Arizona.


Bobby Zokaites, Tempe    
Metal Sculpture | 16’ x 2’ x 2’ ea. (5 lightposts) | $800

Paseo del Saber & E Apache Blvd, Tempe, AZ 85281
Photo credit: Grey Shed Studio

This installation at Paseo del Saber features custom luminaries mounted to antique light posts. Nestled within university architecture, similarly named for desert botanicals, this artwork is a colorful abstraction of the valley’s famous wildflowers.

Doc Holliday

Brett Sampson, Mesa   
Pen & Ink | 14″ x 17″ | $700

Doc Holliday is done in stippling and colored pencil. He is a major peace of Arizona’s history as a counterpart to Wyatt Earp and he was involved in the gunfight at O.K. Corral, which will always be remembered in Arizona.

Black History Matters

Chris Vena, Tempe    
Acrylic Spray | 8’ x 12’

2317 N 16th St, Phoenix, AZ 85006

The Shining Light Foundation commissioned this mural to commemorate Black History Month. Its prominent location on the facade of Agave Music on 16th Avenue celebrates the lives and music of Stevie Wonder, Barry Gordy and Quincy Jones.

Grand Canyon South Rim

Cyn Silva, Scottsdale    
Oil Painting | 14” x 18” framed 15” x 19” | $2,500

I packed up my paint palettes and headed to the Grand Canyon for a night. I painted morning until dawn. An incredible experience for me as an artist.

The Rainbow Man

Edith Castro, Maricopa   
Acrylic Painting | 24” x 24” x 1” | $5,000

A man who carries the colors of the rainbow with him. It is an imaginary fantasy. The joy that he feels for those colors is shown on his face. Imagining the whirlwind of clouds in a sea storm, where the drops of water are pierced by the sun.

Transformed Reality 01

Farnaz Mansouri, Glendale    
Acrylic Painting | 36″ x 36″ | $1,250

Transformed Reality 01, a captivating narrative, follows a woman’s journey of self-discovery in a dynamically changing world. Fueled by unwavering determination, she leaves her past behind, focusing on a brighter future.

Transformed Reality 02

Farnaz Mansouri, Glendale    
Acrylic Painting | 36″ x 36″ | $1,200

Transformed Reality 02 chronicles a woman’s journey of self-discovery in a shifting world. Fueled by unwavering determination, she shapes her destiny with reality-altering abilities, embodying boundless potential and transcending constraints.

Transformed Reality 03

Farnaz Mansouri, Glendale    
Acrylic Painting | 36″ x 36″ | $1,200

Transformed Reality 03 unveils a woman’s self-discovery in a changing world. With determination, she shapes her destiny by bending reality, symbolizing boundless potential and transcending boundaries.

Transformed Reality 04

Farnaz Mansouri, Glendale    
Acrylic Painting | 24″ x 36″ | $1,000

Transformed Reality 04 reveals a woman’s self-discovery in a shifting world. With unwavering resolve, she molds her destiny by reshaping reality, ultimately melding into the new world, having weathered its challenges with resilience.

Watching the Dance II

Franck Boistel, Sedona    
Acrylic Painting | 24″ x 30″ | $4,000

I spend time on the Hopi Indian Reservation and document life there.

Big Wall, Big Art

Heather Bentz, Tucson    
Acrylic Painting | 132” x 132” x 8” | $5,000

This piece was designed for the lobby of City Hall in Glendale. My goal for this interior installation was to make a visual impact that would make people happy when walking through the space.


Lucy Flaaten, Phoenix    
Oil Painting | 48″ x 24″

Aloe Vera blooms attract hummingbirds and other birds that drink their nectar for nourishment.

Look at the Sky

Maria Erofeeva, Phoenix    
Acrylic Painting | 24” x 36” | $1,800

The butterflies symbolize transformation and joy. Its dance reflects the need for movement from where we are, to our next phase of being.

Boy in the Field

Maria Madrid Reed, Avondale    
Digital Illustration | Original Mural 33’ x 23’ Gallery Wrap 30” x 40” | $650

9055 W Van Buren St, Tolleson, AZ 85353

Boy in the Field is about transformation and connection to our roots, and how our values are passed down from one generation to the next. The City of Tolleson commissioned this mural for their Civic Center.


Mary Shindell, Phoenix  
Acrylic Painting | 7,500 sq. ft.

Riverview Park and the Rio Salado Multi-use Pathway

A mural and tile installation along the bike and pedestrian tunnel beneath Arizona State Route 202, connecting Mesa Riverview Park and the Rio Salado multi-use pathway.

Walk in the Park

Mary Shindell, Phoenix  
Tile Mosaic | 8,500 sq. ft.

1801 East Palomino Drive, Tempe, Arizona

Located in Estrada Park, this LithoMosaic pathway consists of seven ground plane panels, totaling 240 square feet. Estrada Park rubberized safety surfacing playground and fitness areas total 8,500 square feet.

Mesquite Bosque

Mary Shindell, Phoenix  
Graphite Pencils | 4’ x 64’

Bell Road and 94th St, Scottsdale, AZ

Entrance to Bell94 Sports Park.


Mary Shindell, Phoenix  
4’ x 32’

Las Palmaritas and 19th Ave., Phoenix, Arizona

Terrazzo wall panels, polyacrylate thinset with recycled glass.

Share the Bounty

Michael Schwartz, Tucson    
Acrylic Painting | 18’ x 104’

316 N 4th Ave. Tucson, AZ
Tempest Alabi-Isama, Rose Taulton, Juan Rocha, Samantha Novak, Aileen Boggs

Installed in 1996, restored in 2016. This mural was the first large scale mural in the downtown Tucson area post CETA/ Chicano Mural period (1967-1980).

Chromatic induction n•7

Miguel Ángel Flores, Scottsdale    
Acrylic Painting | 40” x 24” | $2,000

My kinetic works are events of color, integrated in a playful way seen by the viewer. In art, we see colors — present and those not present — reflected through each perspective.

Let’s Keep it Moving

Mike Margolis, Phoenix    
Acrylic Painting | 30” x 48” x 1.5” | $2,500

My art will encourage strolling through the streets of Phoenix, surrounded by a kaleidoscope of hues that evoke emotions, spark conversations and ignite creativity.

Study of Water

Robert Palmer, Peoria   
Watercolor | 8” x 24” | $2,300

Watercolor on metal.

Minnie and Me

Terie Turner, Phoenix 
Mixed Media | 30” x 30” | $350

This art was inspired by Arizona colors and wild horses.

I AM “Eternal Truth”

Tiesha Harrison, Phoenix    
Mixed Media | 48” x 48” | $4,555

I AM “Eternal Truth” is the product of my truth as an artist. As an Arizona native with a New York City soul, I am inspired from public art and life experiences. While creating this piece, I experienced a breakthrough where I fully embraced my spirit.

I AM “Eye Catching”

Tiesha Harrison, Phoenix    
Mixed Media | 24” x 30” | $955

This piece is of Jean-Michel Basquiat. One of the most well-known artists of all time. He is one of my favorite artists because he creates from the heart. I strive to do the same for the community of Greater Phoenix. We are public art.

I AM “Gratified Stillness”

Tiesha Harrison, Phoenix    
Mixed Media | 24” x 30” | $1,350

The first several layers of this piece consists of mark-making and vibrant colors similar to the public art in the community.

The Veil

Ximena Echeverria, Mesa    
Photography | 24” x 36” | $1,054

Taken in the beautiful forest of Heber, Arizona, a family band of horses huddle together for warmth and comfort. This photograph signifies the thin veil of existence, especially for wildlife who depend on nature and each other for their survival.

Murals of Greater Phoenix

Here we celebrate just a handful of the incredibly talented mural artists whose work can be viewed around Greater Phoenix.

Quails in Contrast

Lauren Lee
2517 N. 7th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85006

Desert Siren

Shela Yu
610 E. Garfield Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

James Baldwin

Antoinette Cauley
1001 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ


Andy Brown
901 N. 1st St
Phoenix, AZ 85004

No More Stolen Sisters

Lucinda “La Morena” Hinojos
Behind The Churchill on Garfield between 1st and 2nd Street

Visions of Community

Genaro Garcia
3150 E. Ray Road
Gilbert, AZ 85296

It’s Another Beautiful Day in Downtown Phoenix

Jake Early & Quinn Murphy
24 N. 2nd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Santan Brewing Co. Mural

Noe “Such Styles” Baez & Champ Styles
8 S. San Marcos Place
Chandler, AZ 85225

One & ½

Jane Goat
Behind The Churchill on Garfield between 1st and 2nd Street

Cowboy, Cowgirl & Dog

Tanner Christensen
2509 7th Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85006

Ghett’ Yo’ Taco’s

Lalo Cota
241 S. Oregon Street
Chandler, AZ 85225

Dressing Room 3.0

JB Snyder
220 E. Roosevelt Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004


Jesse Yazzie
721 N. 3rd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Si’alik Hiosik

Miles “El Mac” MacGregor and Thomas “Breeze” Marcus
111 W. Monroe Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003

Happy Dog

Lucretia Torva
3975 E. Williams Field Road
Gilbert, AZ 85295

Super Bowl LVII Mural Project

Lucinda “La Morena” Hinojos, Carrie “CC” Curley, Anitra “Yukue” Molina, Eunique Yazzie, Jesse Yazzie, Giovannie Dixon & Missy Mahan
N. 2nd Street & Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004


100 N. 1st Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

You Are Amazing

Jayarr Steiner
919 S. Beck Avenue
Tempe, AZ 85281