Re(STORE)ing - taking something you love and bringing it back to it's former glory.
If we are a city of murals, then we need to really capitalize on it. Inviting young artists from Missouri colleges or professional artists in Missouri who would like to showcase their art on our walls. Let's do it!
These buildings and the blank walls they offer are privately owned. Although featured here, the owner may not be interested in artwork at this time. It's not our intention to overstep , but merely to bring attention to the possibility of walls like these. Updates will be made as needed.
Right next to a city-owned lot, which showcases our city Christmas tree each year. Lots of visibility.
Big space to make a big statement.
Having the building torn down next to this one, really leaves a bare spot. Highly-visible wall.
Perpendicular to 406 Georgia St., next to the city Christmas tree lot, another high visibility wall.
Another building left bare from its neighbor being torn down. The adjoining lot is now an outside activity area for the southern building.
The Bridge is a new business for Louisiana, within a newly-renovated building. The exterior wall is highly visible and in need of a wow factor.
The southern building of a vacant lot, turned activity area, would have great visibility from Georgia St. traffic.
The northern side of the Steamboat Bistro may serve as a unique art wall. High visibility for southbound travelers.
The side of this building is next to the town branch. Highly visible to southbound Georgia traffic.
Check out what other cities have done with their painted walls. So many tourist will want to post their picture with many of these - tagging Louisiana, MO. That's free advertisement folks!!!!