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Sierra Art Trails Public Art Fund

 

Bringing artwork into the public realm pulls together people from all walks of life. Public art beautifies, educates, and enhances our surroundings. It is a statement, indicating that a community cares about its culture. In 2008 Sierra Art Trails established the "Sierra Art Trails Public Art Fund" dedicated to realizing these goals in our Foothill Communities.   

 

The Sorensen Sculpture Project

 

In 2012 Sierra Art Trails initiated "The Sorensen Sculpture Project", the installation of a 16' tall kinetic sculpture by Fresno's Man of Steel at Gallery Row in Oakhurst. 

CLICK HERE to learn more about the project.
 
We are very pleased to report that our project was successfully funded, with over $7000 in donations from our friends, clients, and community members.  Thank you all for your donations!  The sculpture is complete and on display at Gallery Row.  

 

Please consider making a donation to the Sierra Art Trails Public Art Fund. Your contribution helps insure that our cultural life remains vibrant. Any amount will do!

 

Contributors to the Public Art Fund receive the same benefits as other Sierra Art Trails sponsors. For more information about your donation call 559-658-8844 or email info@sierraarttrails.org

 

Donate 50.00 and receive a free Sierra Art Trails Catalog.

to the Sierra Art Trails Public Art Fund.

 

CLICK HERE to learn more about sponsoring Sierra Art Trails Exhibits, Projects, and Events, call 559-658-8844 or email info@sierraarttrails.org

 

 Other Area Public Art 

 

The "Seasons of Life" mural in Oakhurst CAThe "Seasons of Life Mural, a 195 foot long mural painted on a concrete retaining wall along Road 426, is another example of public art in Oakhurst.  The mural was spearheaded by local arts advocates Maggie Elliot and Jane Gyer with the aid of Yosemite High School students and other area artists. CLICK HERE to learn more about the project.

 

It is our hope that the Sierra Art Trails Public Art Fund will make similar projects possible in the future.  

          

Sierra Art Trails is a 501c4 non-profit corporation dedicated to supporting and promoting working artists and artisans, and benefiting the communities where they live and work by establishing a reputation for the area as an arts destination. 

  

In addition to presenting an annual open studio tour in Eastern Madera and Mariposa Counties that draws thousands of visitors to the Sierra Foothills every year, Sierra Art Trails raises monies for student sponsorships, scholarships, and other art related projects, and holds special art exhibits, activities, and workshops throughout the year.