Public Art

The City of Celina invites you to explore its rich history on display through public art, especially when you visit the Historic Downtown Square!Image people - cocacola

Recent and Upcoming Projects

The City of Celina is putting forth an initiative to transform the Historic Downtown Square into a thriving arts and entertainment district that incubates new creative talent. 

The Downtown Master Plan was adopted by City Council in January 2019 and included the vision of public art that contributes to Downtown and its story. In October 2019, the City issued an RFQ. Bristen Philips, a Celina resident, and artist, was selected through the RFQ process and the City of Celina has worked with him to tell the story of Celina and its heritage through a series of murals at the corner of Ohio and Walnut. The series of murals will welcome residents and visitors as they enter Downtown Celina.

Murals are located at the intersection of Ohio Dr and Walnut St. 

Mural 1 In Progress

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Mural 1 In progress

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Mural 2 Before

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Mural 2 In Progress

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Mural 2 In Progress

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Mural 3 Before

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Tour Celina’s Public Art

Below you will find the story behind public art in Celina and where you can find them. Enjoy a tour of them all, or just find one you like to use as an Instagram background! Don’t forget to tag us on Instagram @celinamainstreet or on Facebook @Celina Main Street and Historic Square and use the hashtag #CelinaTXArt in your posts! If you have any questions or information on art in Celina, please contact rbarton@celina-tx.gov.MapButton