Art in Public Spaces

The City of North Richland Hills inaugurated the Art in Public Spaces Program in 2002. By integrating art into daily life, the program beautifies public areas, improves our quality of life and creates a distinctive identity for our community.

Permanent Collection


The City has 18 artworks in its Permanent Collection for residents and visitors to enjoy. The sculptures, paintings and murals of outstanding nationally-renowned artists are located in parks and public buildings throughout our City. They include a wide variety of mediums and materials, from oil paintings and mosaics to metal and stone sculptures.
Photo Gallery 
Locator Map

Signal Art Program

         
The Signal Art Program was implemented in 2007 to enhance the City’s Art in Public Spaces Program. The nationally recognized program coordinates with established professional artists who design original artwork for traffic signal boxes located throughout the city. The popular "Hollywood Cowboys," installed in 2013, were replaced throughout 2016-2017 with "Music Legends."  Be on the lookout as you commute through NRH for portraits of legendary performers from all genres of music!
Signal Art Locator Map

Donations Fund


The city has established a Donations Fund to help pay for the Art in Public Spaces Program. If you are interested in contributing to this fund, we offer 3 convenient options:

  • Donate Online - Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted. Transactions are processed through PayPal.
  • Mail check to NRH Parks & Recreation Department, 4301 City Point Drive, North Richland Hills, TX 76180. Please note on check that it is a donation for the art program.
  • Make a donation in person - Cash, check and credit card donations are accepted in person at the Parks & Recreation Department located on the third floor of City Hall at 4301 City Point Drive.

More Information


If you would like more information about the Art in Public Spaces Program, please contact us at 817-427-6620 or by email.