‘Beauty and the Box’ Installs Two New Works of Art
As you may have noticed art continues to pop up around the City of Tyler wrapped around utility boxes. Two more were installed this week.
The program that began in 2016, has continued to grow after beginning in Downtown. The pilot program of ten boxes has grown to 21 vinyl-wrapped boxes all across the City of Tyler, and more are on the way.
At Old Jacksonville Highway and Grande Boulevard, a photograph of roses taken by local artist, David Di Paolo, has been sponsored by Latta Dentistry. At the corner of Troup Highway and Lindbergh Drive, an abstract tree drawing by artist Julia Bradshaw wraps the traffic box.
Interested in sponsoring a utility box in Tyler? The sponsor will be able to choose from a selection of approved artwork at Gallery Main Street, and a small sponsor banner at the bottom of the box will be added with the name of the business or organization. For more information, visit KeepTyleBeautiful.com.