Celebrating the experience of flying through art
Photo by Boise Arts & History Department
The City of Boise Arts & History Department and the Boise Airport dedicated the newest piece of public art today, Sky Bridge by artist Seth Palmiter, which celebrates the experience of flying and the wonder of air travel.
Creators, Makers, Doers: Traffic Box Art
Creators, Makers & Doers: Helena Kruczynska, Tarmo Waita, Erin Cunningham
What started as a graffiti and illegal poster abatement program has grown into the most visible outdoor gallery in Idaho. The creative diversity of Idaho artists’ work is showcased with art wraps on traffic and electric control boxes throughout Boise.
Nampa Art Lounge
Photo by Michael Worman
A Downtown Nampa business wanted to create a space for local artists to display and sell their art... and the Nampa Art Lounge was born! Valley artists are encouraged to bring their art to Third Hand Antiques in Historic Downtown Nampa to help fill the space with creativity of all kinds.READ MORE
Boise’s Public Art Collection
Public Art in Downtown Boise, Idaho
Public Art contributes to Boise's unique sense of place. The City's public art collection consists of over 80 works, and is valued at nearly $3,000,000 and growing.
Founder and director Colby Akers shares his history in kickstarting Freak Alley Gallery in downtown Boise.
(Video by Grace Gibney)
Creators, Makers, Doers: Infernum Bestiae
Creators, Makers & Doers: Anna Webb & Reham Aarti
Located near the Boise Train Depot sits 306,000 mosaic tiles, each one set lovingly by hand. Meet Anna Web and Reham Aarti, the artists behind Infernum Bestiae, a public art roundabout completed in 2014.
Garden City’s Live - Work - Create District
Freak Alley in Downtown Boise - Aerial Tour
Freak Alley in Downtown Boise | Aerial Tour.
Love street art? Freak Alley Gallery is a unique spot in Boise that is dedicated to showcasing local artists in a unique way. Take a fly-by tour of the gallery in this quick video.
Creators, Makers, Doers: Aero Agoseries
Creators, Makers & Doers: Mark Baltes
At the base of a vast and well-loved trail system, the Foothills Learning Center on North 8th St. in Boise, Idaho hosts a striking 15 foot tall weather vane, in the form of a native dandelion. Meet the artist, Mark Baltes, who created Aero Agoseries.