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In Plain Sight Art is in Our Nature

Discover the art and design gems of the "Island City" of Wilton Manors with the In Plain Sight Wilton Manors art guide. Whether you walk, bike or explore by car, our map guides you through the city's eclectic array of outdoor murals, sculptures, distinctive architecture and design, and other curiosities often hidden in plain sight. 

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If you can't find one, you can always use our Google map or download a copy.

Click location markers for images, descriptions, artists and their contact details.

New & Notable

The Hatching - by Valeria Yamamoto has recently been installed at the Montessori school on 26th Street. Go see this mockingbird egg sculpture in person.

Thunderbunny - by Hunt Slonem this fabulous mirrored bunny was only going to be visiting but is now a permanent resident of Justin Flippen Park.

Alas, Nothing Lasts Forever...

Wilton Collective Murals - by Lori Pratico, Avi Rahm, Jack Lee Jordan & 9000 are now just digital memories, having lived authentic lives as one of our City's most Instagrammable locations. Nothing is as constant in public art as its ever-changing nature.

Mercer's Dry Cleaners - an outstanding example of classic American roadside architecture, is now shuttered. Its next chapter has yet to be written.

More to Explore

A community-based group dedicated to enhancing all lives through public art installations.  Learn more about their projects and goal to create "Art, out of the box +"

Sculptures installed on public and private land to celebrate the diversity and history of the Wilton Manors community. 

The Island City Art Advisory Committee brings public art to Wilton Manors. 

Cycling is great way to discover art and design in plain sight in Wilton Manors.  Need to take a rest?  We've got you covered with a Bicycle Rack Map.

Learn more about the history of Wilton Manors through their multi-media historical archive, articles and published book. 

Surrounded on all sides by the Middle River, the aptly named "Island City" of Wilton Manors has over 60 acres of parkland and 7 miles of river to explore.  Consider taking a self-guided nature tour.  

An indispensable resource for arts and culture news in South Florida, highlighting the visual arts, music, and art classes and workshops. 

ArtServe promotes artistic development, education and prosperity through the exploration and presentation of the visual and performing arts. 

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About Us

The concept for the In Plain Sight Wilton Manors art guide originated with Hunter Stephens, a Wilton Manors resident with a strong interest in art and design and promoting public art in his adopted home town. Hunter surveyed the entire City of Wilton Manors, mapping, cataloging and photographing significant artistic points of interest throughout the City.  He sought the advice of countless longtime residents, local business owners, local arts and historic organizations, and City officials to help refine ideas and give shape to the In Plain Sight art guide. 

Along the way, Hunter was introduced to Andrew Spina, a transplanted New York graphic designer, who shared his passion for creating an art guide that would introduce Wilton Manors residents and visitors alike to the wide range of public art often hidden in plain sight all around us. Andrew conceived the overall design of the map, its logo, branding and related print and digital materials, including our social media presence.

Special thanks go to Meghan Pearson, who provided invaluable insights and technical assistance during the map’s development, and to the City Manager’s office of the City of Wilton Manors for sponsoring hard-copy publication of the map.