Murals & Street Art

Murals tell town stories and colorfully illustrate community characteristics. Discover more about the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region through each town's public wall art.

Eugene Murals & Sculpture

Muralists from around the world have been invited to paint twenty new murals in Eugene by 2021. The 20x21 EUG Mural Project is in preparation for the World Athletics Championships in 2022 scheduled to take place at Hayward Field. See more than 100 works of art on a self-guided mural tour around Eugene.

Additionally, Eugene has diverse and bountiful public art throughout the city. Bronze sculptures memorialize significant people and events. Modern installations on the Whilamut Passage Bridge greet drivers on Interstate 5. And the locally beloved "Flight Patterns" exhibit is on display at the Eugene Airport. The City of Eugene sponsors pop-up art installations including "Rain Play", a series of sidewalk art that appear only in the rain, and "Playable Public Art" which features colorfully painted pianos rolled into unexpected downtown locations to inspire public participation.

The University of Oregon has an extensive display of art and sculpture across their campus.

Ken Kesey Statue by Timm O'Cobhthaigh

Springfield Murals & Sculpture

Springfield has many murals around Main Street. Along their mural walk, view larger than life tributes to Northwest outdoor pursuits like fly fishing, celebrations of national patriotism and pioneering history of the Oregon Trail. Don't miss your opportunity to take a photo with — The Simpsons mural! On the second Friday each month, Springfield's art galleries along the mural walk host special exhibits and receptions.

Simpsons Mural by Thomas Moser

Cottage Grove Murals & Sculpture

Cottage Grove has an extensive collection of outdoor murals, with almost 20 mapped citywide and ten clustered near Main Street. Their most celebrated mural depicts former resident Opal Whiteley, a child prodigy who achieved a remarkable blending of science and faith in her compositions. With the beautiful backdrop of the Northwest, Opal stands surrounded by butterflies, trees, and a historic covered bridge.

Opal Whiteley Mural in Cottage Grove by Josh Alder

Florence Murals & Sculpture

Historic Old Town Florence features many murals and public art installations as well, including the Dancing with Sea Lions Public Art Project (while many of the sea lion statues were auctioned off, you still be able to spot some of these beauties around town). Pick up an art passport at a participating gallery for a map of Florence's public art.

Sea Lion Statue Art in Florence by Colin Morton

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