Audubon Park is looking for a few good artists

Roseate spoonbill art by Cythia Kuffel in Mills 50


The Audubon Park Garden District is looking for artists to cooperate in a special public art project this spring.

The local Main Street Program is looking to hire four artists to create a series of murals on buildings throughout their district, featuring images of birds that are listed as Endangered by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission.

Click HERE to see the whole list.

Editor’s Note: A quick list of favorites in the Bungalower offices include the Florida scrub jay, Audubon’s crested caracara, Roseate spoonbill, and the Wood stork.

Applicants must submit a sketch of their concept to the Main Street by March 6, to [email protected] with their name, email, phone number, and website attached.

Accepted artists must complete their work by April 12, 2019.

A similar program, The Audubon Mural Project in New York City, featured murals of climate-threatened birds that were installed throughout Harlem, including a beautiful Tundra Swan piece by Orlando’s own Boy Kong which you can see HERE.

Have something to say? Type it below. Holding back can give you pimples.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.