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Since 2017 Heather Freitas has been a part of 5 public art projects with more to be released soon and hopefully more to come in the future. Click to browse them all, learn more and see if you can spy some public art in your city!

 

•If you are a comical business or a representative of your city and are looking to work with the artist for a public art project please email heatherfreitasart @gmail.com

'Outside The Box'- Thornton, CO

2020

The Thornton Arts, Sciences & Humanities Council (TASHCO) commissions artists to aesthetically transform traffic utility boxes from functional infrastructure into colorful, dynamic works of art. Designs are printed on high-quality vinyl wraps and professionally installed at various locations throughout Thornton. This project showcases the work of talented artists by creating a drive-by, publicly-accessible year-round art exhibit in Thornton.

'Cambria'- Phoenix, AZ

The Cambria hotel — a seven-story, 127-room project being developed by True North Studio in the Roosevelt Row Arts District — completed vertical construction Tuesday and is on track to open in November.

“It’s really exciting,” Marrow said of the hotel's progress. “We want to make downtown a destination 30 nights a month, not just on First Friday.”

The $26 million hotel spotlights several large art pieces, including murals that will span the height of the building, done by artist Heather Freitas, a shade structure designed by Craig Randich and a reimagination of a sculpture called “Peritoneum,” on the roof of the building, which will be done by Spectacle and Studio Zero LC on the rooftop to give guests the feeling of clouds, and will be called “The Iris.”

Todd Iacono, who leads hospitality for True North Studio, said the developer’s goal for the hotel was to enhance the community.

“You’ll have an opportunity to sit in art,” Iacono said in a speech at the ceremony. “You’ll feel like you’re sitting in the clouds because you will be.”

By Reporter, Phoenix Business Journal

'She Tempe'- Tempe, AZ

2017

She Tempe is a public art project that was installed in September of 2017 and initiated by the Downtown Tempe Authority. DTA commissioned 8 local female artists to create custom works of art, each featuring the artists’ portrayal of women, to be wrapped onto 14 news racks along Mill Avenue.

She Tempe is another project executed to further an existing objective of DTA to curate public art installations throughout Downtown Tempe. This project celebrates local creative talent, enhances the sense of place and helps create an engaging pedestrian experience in Downtown Tempe. A walking map is installed on each news rack to guide downtown residents, employees and visitors through their own walking tour.

SHOP AVAILABLE ARTWORK A PART OF THE 'SHE TEMPE' PROJECT.

      This original painting measures 30x40 inches on a deep edge gallery wrapped canvas ( does not need to be framed). The sides are ordained with a beautiful lace, the work is varnished with a crystal clear gloss and this piece is awarded with a certificate of authenticity.

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This original painting measures 12x24inches on a deep edge gallery wrapped canvas ( does not need to be framed). The sides are painted black, the work is varnished with a crystal clear gloss and this piece is awarded with a certificate of authenticity.

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Two more mystery city projects coming 2021! Stay tuned

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