When you think of Moab you probably think of outdoor adventure and extreme sports, and you’re not wrong. But the small downtown has some really wonderful street art. If you take a walk around you’ll see plenty of murals done by local artists.
Many of these awesome works are a part of the Moab Arts and Recreation Center, a community organization committed to arts of all kinds from fine art to dance. They run art classes for kids and adults, put on exhibitions, and even have a small co-working space in their building.
I spent a day wandering around downtown Moab and found these awesome works of art! I’d highly recommend taking a walk around and seeing some of the public art, it’s also always changing so you might find some new ones!
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On Main St & 200N by Victor Ving & Lisa Beggs.
On Main St between 100N & 200N.
On Main St & 100N on the side of DoughBird, by Sascha Steinberg.
On Main St & 100S on the bridge, you can see it if you take the stairs down to the walking path, by Pete “PiMo” Apicella.
On Main St & 100S along the walking path, you can see it if you take the stairs down off the highway, by Adri B Simmons.
On Main St & 200S on the side of Woodys Tavern, by Fuzz.
On Main St & Center St, in front of the visitor center, by Daniel Hills as part of the 2019-2020 Sculpture Exhibition.
On Main St & Center St, in front of the visitor center, by Serena Supplee -as part of the 2019-2020 Sculpture Exhibition.
Keeper of the Garage
On 100N in the ally behind Moab Garage, by Sky Walker.
Rim Cyclery Mural
On 100W & Walnut Ln behind Rim Cyclery.
Community Garden Mural
On 100W & Walnut Ln in the community garden.
Sentinel of Moab
On Main St & Grand Ave on the side of the car wash, by Sky Walker.
On Main St & 100S, by Jeffrey M Nelson
On Center St at the back of a parking lot.
There are a few that I couldn’t find the artist, if you know who did them I’d love to add it and give them credit! Let me know in the comments!
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