Southlake Public Art

Found in Southlake's parks, roundabouts, and in front of its public buildings, the City's art program helps tell the story of Southlake. Because public art is often highly visible and can be easily and freely accessed, it can educate, inspire, and challenge any people who might not otherwise experience art on a regular basis.  Public art can also express community values, enhance the environment, transform a landscape, heighten awareness, or question assumptions.

In 2008, the first art pieces were placed. Since that time, many more pieces have been carefully added with the vision and guidance of the City Council and the Southlake Arts Council. The City's Public Art Master Plan explains the City's future strategy, how the Hotel Occupancy Tax supports it, and the program's rich history. 

Planning a trip to visit some of Southlake's pieces? Before you go, check out this Public Art Story Map which shows details of each piece and their location. Experience Southlake's public art and let us know what you think!

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    Download the Public Art Coloring Book featuring sculptures found throughout Southlake.

2020

Mayor Laura Hill in front of Town Hall Mural

‘I Believe in Southlake’ Mural

Designed by: Missy Saunders ~ Developed by: Liz Bonham
Location: Town Square/Town Hall

Inspired by the public art displays in New Orleans, Southlake Town Hall’s “I Believe in Southlake’ Mural includes beloved staples of the Southlake community and Texas. The painting, which is estimated to be 15 feet wide and 8.5 feet tall, is the first of its kind Southlake Public Art initiative. The mural was meant to captures all the things that make Southlake unique and special. City officials hope people visit Town Square to see the public art piece and share memories with their family and friends through social media, tagging their posts with #IBelieveInSouthlake.


public art sculpture of three metal Southlake donkeys

Southlake Burro Trio 

By: Jane DeDecker 
Location: Southlake Commons Development
Installed Fall 2020
Prairie Winds

Prairie Winds

By: Seth Vandable
Location: Southlake Log House at Bicentennial Park
Installed Fall 2020
public art sculpture of three mockingbirds in a tree

Mockingbird Tree

By: Michael Warrick
Zena Rucker & Tower Roundabout 
Installed Fall 2020
public art sculpture of metal figures on a bridge

Be the Bridge

By: Boris Kramer
Location: Whites Chapel & Highland Street Roundabout 
Installed April, 2020 

2016

Flying Together

Flying Together  

      
By: Dream Big Sculptures         
Location: Dove/ Peytonville/ Sam School Rd

2015

Southlake Constellation

Southlake Constellation


By: Kathi Caricoff         
Location: The Marq Southlake 

2013

DaVinci Horse

DaVinci Horse

Location: Lake Carillon Park 

Saint Demetrios

Saint Demetrios

Location: Enclave Park

Reunion

Reunion


By: Gary Alsum
Location: Southlake DPS North
Saluting A Hero

Saluting a Hero


By: Gary Alsum
Location: Southlake DPS North
Sempter Paratus

Semper Paratus


By: Sheldon James
Location: Southlake DPS North

2012

Longhorn Bas Relief

Longhorn Bas Relief


By: Janice Hart Melito
Location: Southlake North Park

2011

Lessons We Have Learned

Lessons We Have Learned


By: Jane DeDecker
Location:White Chapel & Dove
Morning

Morning


By: Darrell Davis
Location: Carroll & Dove
Taking Flight

Taking Flight


By: Seth Vandable
Location: Brumlow & Continental
On The Count Of Three

On the Count of Three 


By: Jane DeDecker
Location: White Chapel & Continental
Ties That Bind

The Ties That Bind


By: Jane DeDecker
Location: Family Park, Southlake Town Square

2008

Loyalty and Service Above All Else

Loyalty & Service Above All Else


By: Archie St. Clair
Location: Southlake DPS Headquarters
Southlake Memorial Bell

Southlake Memorial Bell

Location: Southlake DPS Headquarters

Sentinel

Sentinel


By: Archie St. Clair
Location: Southlake DPS Headquarters
Moonicipal

Moonicipal

By: Jane Flurry
Location: Southlake Town Hall