FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — The City of Fort Wayne Public Art Commission revealed four murals at Jefferson Pointe on Tuesday.
The contest consisted of several applicants.
After the process, the final factor was a people’s choice vote.
This process resulted in four winners: Tammy Davis, Christopher Catalogna, John Klein and Nick Ferran.
Nick Ferran says it's great to be a part of something he loves for his hometown.
"It’s really really awesome to help kinda contribute to the beautification of the city," said Ferran. "You know, the city that I've grown to love so much for my whole life. It's really awesome to help be a part of that."
And a consultant says this is a great way to showcase the talent in Northeast Indiana.
"This can draw people to the area, it helps creative skill involved in their community and it also helps to highlight that we have a community full of creatives and we want to hear their voices and see what they are going to create and cheer them on and ultimately they just enrich our communities," Alex Hall explained.
Hall says the Public Arts Commission is working on several public art projects including Arts This Way and the Clean Drain Initiatives over the next few months.