Arts, Culture, History & Events

Public Art

The mission of public art is to encourage a sense of shared community and understanding of the area's heritage, pride of place for future generations, to visually enhance public spaces and to promote an appreciation for the visual arts.

Most of the public art works were created between 1990 and 2000 under the auspices of the Antioch Civic Arts Program and community groups, such as the Antioch Friends of the Arts. Developers have also contributed to public art as a condition of approval to develop business and shopping centers, such as the water feature at the corner of Hillcrest Avenue & Lone Tree way, the "Drop" at Prewett Park Community Center, and "Breeze" at the intersections of Dallas Ranch & Rock Springs.

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"Delta Moon"
Located at Hillcrest & Lonetree Way

"Hey Daddy, Look"
Located at Lonetree & James Donlon Blvd

"I Knew It Was Coming"
Located at Hillcrest & Laurel Drive


Located at Dallas Ranch & Rock Springs


Located at Prewett Community Center
4701 Lone Tree Way

"Antioch 125th Anniversary
Historical Mural"

Located at 2nd & "F" Streets

"Mother and Cub"
Located at Hillcrest & Terrace Drive

"The Cannery Lady"
  Located on First Street
(Across from The Lynn House)

View updated Cannery Lady

"The Meeting of the Two Rivers"
 Located at Hillcrest & Davison


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