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Los Alamos County art in public places featured on national map
Posted on 09/14/2022
The Los Alamos County utilizes Public Art Archives (PAA) to maintain the inventory of the Los Alamos County Public Art. In April of 2022, PAA sent out a Call for Art, to represent the 10th Anniversary of Have You Seen My Public Art? map, that highlights art that can be found throughout the United States.

Los Alamos County Art in Public Places Board submitted several pieces for consideration for the Have You Seen My Public Art? map project. The project received over 500 submissions and Kites of Many Colors, by Thom Norris and Eric Markow, located in the White Rock Branch Library, was selected to represent Los Alamos with 144 other works of art throughout the nation. Three other locations within the state of New Mexico are also highlighted: Hobbs, Albuquerque, and Fort Sumner.

PAA’s mission is to make public art more public, archiving nearly 20,000 public artworks
around the United States and abroad. The new map, illustrated by artist Kara Fellows, highlights a diverse array of public artists and their artworks, installed both permanently and temporarily installed.

The map and additional information about the project can be found at . Please note that the map does not show the proper location within the state, but highlights what is showcased within the state.

Los Alamos County’s public art collection can also be found online with an interactive map of
where pieces are located. Did you know that Los Alamos County public art can be found outside on public land and inside County owned buildings? Start discovering today at

Have you Seen My Public Art map