Completed Projects

The Lawrenceville Arts Commission helps to bring art to life in the City of Lawrenceville! View the completed projects around the city. 

Community Mural Project

The Lawrenceville Arts Commission announced a Community Mural Call for Art in late 2022.  This open call urged artists to submit designs for a community mural planned along Buford Drive in Downtown Lawrenceville.  The selected mural wall is approximately 250 feet long and has a total of 1867 square feet.  A portion of the mural will be designed for community participation in the painting process organized by the Arts Commission.  

The City of Lawrenceville is thrilled to announce the successful completion of the "Lawrenceville Blooms" community mural in Downtown Lawrenceville. This artistic endeavor, brought to life by the Arts Commission and local artist Teresa Abboud, serves as a symbol of unity and diversity in the heart of the city. The mural wall is approximately 250 feet long and has a total of 1867 square feet. Tune in to our exclusive interview with Teresa Abboud and Aura-Leigh Sanders for a behind-the-scenes look at "Lawrenceville Blooms."

About the Artist

Illustrator and fine artist Teresa Abboud brings a fusion of cultures to her captivating work in Atlanta's art scene. Trained in 2D illustration and animation at Lebanon's Academie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts, Teresa's creative journey spans continents. After relocating to Atlanta, she founded "Teresa Afternoon," channeling her experiences into diverse artistic expressions. Her "Coffee Time" collection, inspired by memories of Lebanese coffee shared with her mother, encapsulates her belief in art's power to unite humanity. Teresa's art transcends boundaries, striving to forge connections through her keen observations and nostalgic explorations. In her words, "Art is the language that I share with the world," showcasing her commitment to fostering unity through creativity. 

Kinetic Art SculptureSinclair Anthony Howe

The Lawrenceville Arts Commission and the City of Lawrenceville proudly present Lawrenceville’s first kinetic wind sculpture. Sinclair, an original sculpture by renowned artist Anthony Howe was installed in Lawrenceville’s Gateway Park on Friday, May 19. Sinclair was selected and recommended by the Lawrenceville Arts Commission and approved by the City Council in early 2023. The completed artwork measures 178” H x 68”x 48” D and is made of stainless steel. It has no motor or battery and is entirely operated by winds of only one mph.

Anthony Howe, a native of Salt Lake City, Utah, attended the Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut, Cornell University, and the Skowhegan School of Sculpture and Painting. After a short career as a watercolor painter, he discovered working with metal as a medium through a part-time job erecting steel shelving. Soon he was creating kinetic wind sculptures using discarded elevator cables. He now resides in Orcas Island, Washington, with his business partner and wife, Lynn. His work has sold works to hundreds of private collections from the Middle East to California and many places in between. Most notably, In Cloud Light III was installed in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the 2016 Summer Olympics. Lawrenceville is home to the first Anthony Howe sculpture in Georgia. You can read his full biography at

Depot District Signage

Designs for the Depot District signs include arched steel structures across both roads with a height limiting bar feature.  The structures help to brand the Depot District and also function as an art installation. 

Depot District Archway Renderings Depot District archway sign

Depot District Signage Placement Map

Commercial vehicles can use the route indicated by the green arrows to navigate the City.

Shoe Horn Alley

The Arts Commission worked to renovate an alleyway on the square which led to the creation of Shoe Horn Alley - a pathway of twinkling lights and gas lanterns connecting Perry Street to public parking.

Photo of lighted alley way in downtown Lawrenceville.