Beaverton Mural Program

Providing opportunities for artists and community building public spaces, the Beaverton Arts Program’s Mural Program is making a positive impact on the face of Beaverton.

Wilson Mural

Gina Wilson mural
Artist: Gina Wilson
Completed: October 30, 2009
Location: North Facing Wall at 12475 SW 1st in downtown Beaverton
Gina Wilson’s Mural Dedication
Interview with Gina Wilson

Hernandez Mural

Hector Hernandez mural
Artist: Hector Hernandez & Merlo Station Students
Completed: September 29, 2009
Location: South facing wall at 12590 Southwest Broadway St in downtown Beaverton
Interview with Hector Hernandez
Interview with Merlo Station Students

“The School of Outdoor Learning”

Angelina Marino mural
Artist: Angelina Marino
Dedication: Saturday, October 1, 2011, 10:00 am
Location: 12655 SW 1st, in downtown Beaverton
CV for Angelina Marino

“Broadway Street: 1910 - 1920”

Bev Ecker mural
Artist: Bev Ecker
Dedication: December 10, 2011 at 3:30 pm
Location: 12412 SW Broadway St, Beaverton History Center
Shannon Wells article from Beaverton Valley Times

“Steps to Wellness”

Angelina Marino mural
Angelina Marino
Dedication: June 13, 2012
Location: 4755 SW Griffith Drive, Beaverton OR 97076

“Larry Kangas Mural”

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Larry Kangas; completed by Sandy Kangas and Allison McClay
Dedication: August 1, 2014
Location: 2nd Street and Washington Avenue, Beaverton OR 97005
Beaverton artist Larry Kangas lives on through his murals - The Oregonian, Anna Marum

“Rather Severe Mural”Mural_RatherSevere

Artist: Rather Severe
Completed: April 26, 2016
Location: East facing wall at 12570 SW Farmington Rd in downtown Beaverton
Dedication: Stay tuned!

Program History and Selection Process

The public art mural program administered by the Beaverton Arts Program as part of its commitment to public art. The Beaverton City Council voted in April 2008 to exempt all public art from the city’s sign code and create a public art program for display of art on public rights of way and on private building facades and other private property under the terms of easements to be granted to the city for that purpose.

New murals are reviewed by the Public Art Selection Committee, a standing committee that is responsible for overseeing the city’s Public Art Mural Program. The program has a matching grant fund opportunity available.
Mural Program
See the Murals:
Beaverton Public Art Tour map.

Grant Application Process
Sign up for Beaverton Arts Program eNewsletter

Guidelines & Forms:
Application–Public Art Mural Program
Public Art Easement Form
Public Art Mural Program Guidelines