Created and unveiled on June 11, 2016 on the restroom facility at Wonch Park in Okemos. Artist Kelly Boyle designed the mural and it was painted by residents attending the Celebrate Meridian celebration.
A series of architectural pillars with imagery fused to glass panel and ceramic tiles that reflect the names of the Benefactor’s who support Michigan State University. .
A series of murals grace the front of the Okemos Public Montessori at Central.
The Penn4People initiative focuses on making aesthetic improvements to Pennsylvania Avenue allowing for a more pedestrian friendly experience. This community mural was painted in a paint-by-number format allowing for many neighborhood residents and local students to be involved in making the art. The railroad bridge north of potter park zoo is frequently used by pedestrians […]
Tracie Davis opened Whimsical pARTy Gallery in September, 2016 in St. Johns as a studio for people to experience to fun side of art. Her mission is to provide an entertaining way for people of all artistic abilities to unwind and tap into their creative side. She offers cheerful, whimsical paintings that can be broken […]
Riding the Past into the Future is a mural depicting a train coming to life. St Johns was founded as a major hub for the railroad system in the late 1800’s. The concept behind the design of the mural is capture the rich railroad history of St Johns and couple it to the Arts and […]
After three years of transforming a dilapidated Old Town building at 718 E. Grand River Ave. into an illustrious urban gallery, META Collective, a new conglomerate of Lansing artists, is open for business. The space is not just going to be art, but will showcase music, film, streaming — every genre imaginable. Keeping true to the […]
Clinton Northern Railway Museum is a non-profit railway museum, featuring railcars from the early 1900s, with a focus on Barney and Smith Cars. Located at the Historic Grand Trunk Depot in St. Johns. Michigan. Open Sunday’s from 1-3pm, May through October. Tour vintage railcars, see an assortment of railroad artifacts and memorabilia. See the four […]
The MSU Broad Art Lab opened its doors directly across Grand River Avenue from the famous Eli and Edythe Broad Museum. Funded with a $5 million dollar gift from the Michigan State University Credit Union – this 5 year pilot project welcomes the MSU and greater Lansing community to experiment with them as they break […]