Public Art

There’s a fun element of surprise to public art. It may spark an unexpected discussion or prove to be an exciting opportunity for a selfie. It brings a new kind of beauty and originality to the area. It enhances our local culture. At times, it reminds us that there is art all around us.

Enid’s cultural and historic diversity is reflected throughout our city in a vibrant array of sculptures and murals! Take a stroll or a drive and enjoy each of these beautiful, unique works of art.

Downtown Public Art

  • God Bless America

    421 S Grand

  • Gray’s Courtyard Mural

    223 N Independence

  • Holden Art Gallery

    128 N Independence

  • Indian Territory

    Simpson's Old Time Museum, 228 E Randolph

  • Ivan the Astronaut Monkey

    Natural Remedies MMJ, 225 W Cherokee

  • Keeper of the Plains

    Garfield County Courthouse, 114 W Broadway

  • Lazy Circles in the Sky

    100 E Garriott (corner of Garriott & Grand)

  • Leonardo’s Gate

    Leonardo's Children's Museum, 200 E Maple

  • Little Sisters of Liberty

    Garfield County Courthouse, 114 W Broadway

  • Occasum Memoria

    Enid Counseling & Diagnostic Services, 230 W Maple

Public Art Around Enid

  • Friday

    Grand Ave. Haze Dispensary, 1520 N Grand

  • Girl of Peace

    St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 518 W Randolph

  • Giving Thanks

    Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 507 S 4th

  • Grillin’ Together

    Big Country Meat Market, 606 W Willow

  • Holding the Claim

    Government Springs Park North, 509 E Oklahoma

  • Indian Blanket Flower Mural

    302 E Maine

  • Jeans N’ Roses

    Kustom Kreations & Eagle Heritage Roofing, 2219 N Grand

  • Jim Morrison

    Harmon's Electric, 612 N Independence in the alley on back of building

  • Kiwanis Train Station

    Meadowlake Park, 1200 W Rupe

  • Legends

    Enid Rent-All, 712 W Willow