The City of Clearwater’s Neighborhoods Division sponsored a placemaking event Sunday with the painting of an intersection mural in the Skycrest neighborhood at Mars Avenue and Rainbow Drive.
The city has partnered with the Skycrest Neighborhood Association, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, artist Beth Warmath and local volunteers to paint the intersection throughout the day on Sunday, Feb. 21. The piece of community art below will promote togetherness and ell environmental stewardship, according to artist Beth Warmath.
“I am honored to be a part of another wonderful project in bright and beautiful Clearwater,” she said.
The artists are planning to complete their work soon and have the roadway reopened by 6 p.m.
Those interested in starting a project of their own can visit https://www.myclearwater.com/residents/placemaking-programs/paint-the-pavement for more information on opportunities.