Hazard’s brand new downtown developer, Bailey Richards, came up with this neat idea for sprucing up the parking structure! A part of the Arts Alliance’s HazArt project, adding these rainbow colored stripes to the outside of the parking garage will re-purpose this underutilized space, and
The old Welcome to Hazard sign had been looking a little shabby – so Pam Farrell, citizen extraordinaire, suggested we plant a garden! With a bright, mint green paint to match the shade of the summer kudzu and grass, the old brown sign was livened
Bailey Richards, downtown champion and local artist, designed this twist on the old Hazard city seal for a mural on the corner of Lovern and High Street. Just a block away from downtown, Bailey’s mural is beautiful to pass by on a walk to Bobby
Local artist Fran Everage painted this bright, beautiful mural in the parklet by the basketball courts. A perfect place to rest for volunteers working in the pollinator garden or for people watching the summer basketball games, Fran’s work brightens up the whole parking lot –
Painted during Appalachian Arts Alliance’s first HazArt, this gorgeous mural covers Memorial Street from the corner of Pantry Shelf to the Broadway Bridge. The design for this bright, colorful forest was created by local artist Charles Boggs, which 7 volunteers helped paint in one day!