Public Art in Danville

 

Local and Regional artists have completed a number of public works in Danville. Below is a map to help guide you through a tour of our public art in town.

 

1

Located at 347 Mill Street

Artist: Jo Thompson Pennypacker

 

This mural extends the length of the alley and gives spots of color with a simple design of an Ash tree with its leaves blowing down the alley. There are also white line drawings of the local landscape throughout the mural.

 

Located at 327 Mill Street

Artist:  Tom Seay

 

The mural depicts scenes from the early 1900s to the  present day.

 

Located at 316 Mill Street

Artist: Jon Laidacker

 

This mural extends the length of the alley and gives spots of color with a simple design of native flowers to PA blowing down the alley.

 

Located at 299 Mill Street

Artist: Tom Seay

 

This mural shows an eye level view of water with topographic road maps of Danville, Riverside, Sunbury and Northumberland.

 

Located at 288 Mill Street

Artist: Tom Seay

 

Three interns arrived in Danville the summer of 2009 to develop, design and install a mural at a location highly visible from the Route 54 bridge. Through extensive community participation, the final result was a 1,200 square foot mural that represented Danville’s past, present and future.

 

Located at 9 Mill Street

Artists: Tricia Falco, Min Park, and Erin Mahaney