inspiration By Rob Houston Visit Enid Director 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 may spark controversy. Above all else, it reminds us that there is art all around us. Enid’s diversity in its public art, from sculptures dating back 100 years to exciting murals that have popped up in the last 7-10 years, has people around the state and region recognizing Enid as one of Oklahoma’s fastest growing arts cities. Public art directly supports cultural tourism and economic development strategies, improving Enid’s chances at attracting new and visiting populations. It also brings a sense of pride to its residents by enhancing the identity and character of our city. Enjoy this Enid Public Art Guide and a little history on each piece. Find a mural or sculpture you didn’t know existed. Take a selfie. Keep an eye out for more public art as you drive around our city. Remember, there is art all around us.
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The Enid News & Eagle and Eagle Marketing are pleased to present this printed collection of Enid’s unique and amazing public art, including murals, sculptures and statues. When you drive around Enid, you will find a wonderful outdoor gallery of fine art that everyone can enjoy. Enid has more than 70 murals, statues and monuments that are visible to the public simply walking or driving by. These works of fine art include some of our state’s and area’s current promising artists, including Kelly & Ty Tompkins, Tox Murillo, Brandon Beichler, Chris Bodelle, H. Holden, Katelynn Noel Knick, Romy Owens, Emily Clark, Rick Sinnett, Christy Timberlake, Jack Fowler, Tanner Frady, Ashley Dawn, Paul Stone, Bill Thompson, Jason Pawley, Kari Higgins, Michael Shuck, Pam Gilbraith, Cheryl Swanson, Hogen Burleigh, Christin Juliano, Jack Morgan, Sean Wills, Sophie Holle and Wayne Shearon. A number or works, including some historic statues and monuments, were commissioned to artists outside the Enid area. Mural designs have exploded in Enid over the last several years, and new art is popping up almost every week. We have made every effort to include all the outdoor works in Enid. We also included historic murals by Ruth Monro Augur that are found inside the Garfield County Courthouse. Several businesses and organizations also have murals inside their buildings, so you can see a number of other impressive artworks just by visiting local businesses. Additionally, four trafficcalming crosswalk works of art have been painted in the downtown area to improve walkability. Enid News & Eagle photographer Billy Hefton took the majority of photos for this project. Kary Randles, graphic artist, designed the guide We want to give special acknowledgment to Rob Houston with VisitEnid and Kelly Tompkins, with Hive Appeal, for helping us document as many works of local art as best as possible for this publication. We will be continuing to document new murals as they are created, and keep them updated on a web link to the public art guide. We thank Visit Enid, Enid Regional Development Alliance, Security National Bank, Main Street Enid and Park Avenue Thrift for sponsoring this publication. Cindy Elliott Allen Publisher Cover Credit: Close-up panel from 80s Pop Culture mural by Tox Murillo. 9
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1 Boomer: Stride Bank Center Plaza, 301 S. Independence 2 Historic Horse Watering Trough: Corner of Maine and Grand 3 Breezeway Mini Murals: 200 Block W. Randolph 4 Bright Future: Klemme Gallery and Event Space, 222 E. Maple 5 Butterfly Project: Enid Student Store, 323 S. Grand 6 Doughboy Statue: Enid Public Library, 120 W. Maine 7 Downspout Lookout Silhouettes: Jackson Diamond Jewelers, 205 W. Randolph 8 Dragonfly in Paradise: Edward Jones: Jenna Rosine, 225 W Maple 9 Enid Woman: Garfield Furniture, South Wall, 201 S. Grand 10 Owl Cigar: Garfield Furniture, North Wall, 201 S. Grand 11 The Trail: Garfield Furniture and Mattresses, 123 S. Grand 12 God Bless America: Janes Machine Shop, 421 S. Grand 13 Painted Plains: Alley behind 124 W. Randolph 14 Occasum Memorial: Enid Counseling & Diagnostic Services, 230 W Maple 15 Leonardo’s Gate: Leonardo’s Children’s Museum Adventure Quest, 200 E. Maple 16 Indian Territory: Simpsons Old Time Museum, 228 E. Randolph 17 Winging It: Alley behind GYM, 117 N. Grand 18 Escape the Indoors: Cimarron Council Boy Scouts, 317 N. Grand 19 Keeper of the Plains Statue: E. Court House Lawn, 100 Block E. Grand 20 Little Sister of Liberty Statue: Garfield County Court House 21 Pioneers: Past, Present, Future: N. Courthouse Lawn, 100 block W Randolph 22 Ruth Monro Augur Murals: Garfield County Courthouse (inside) 23 Tri-State Statue: N. Courthouse Lawn 24 Sidewalk Musical Instruments: Non-Profit Center, 114 S. Independence 25 Sparky the Fire Dog: Stride Bank Center Plaza, 301 S. Independence 26 Lazy Circles in the Sky: Corner of Garriott and Grand 27 Blooming Buddy Bison: Park Avenue Thrift, 507 S. Grand (Spirit of the Buffalo) 28 Downtown Enid Skyline: Park Avenue Thrift, 507 S. Grand 29 Under Her Wing was the Universe: 100 Block of W. Park Ave. 30 East Maine Bridge: 200 Block E. Main 70 Gray’s Courtyard: 233 N. Independence 11
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Color Coded: RED: Mural BLUE: Sculpture 31 Centennial Clock: Enid RSVP, Van Buren & Garriott 32 80s Pop Culture: Harmon’s Electric, 612 N. Independence (in the alley) 33 Flanders Flowers: Unique Designs, 1814 N. Grand 34 Fresh Beginnings: Davinci’s, 813 S. Van Buren 35 Enid Skate Park Mural: 124 N. 5th 36 Holding the Claim: Government Springs Park, 509 E. Oklahoma 12
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37 Cheech & Chong: Haze Dispensary, 1520 N. Grand 38 Girl of Peace: St. Matthews Episcopal Church 39 Grillin’ Together: Big Country Meat Market, 606 W. Willow 40 New Day on the Old Trail: Big Country Meat Market 606 W. Willow 41 Feeding Our Neighbors: Loaves & Fishes, 701 E. Maine 42 Indian Blanket Flower Mural: 302 E. Maine 43 Jeans ‘n’ Roses: Kustom Kreations and Heritage Eagle Roofing, 2219 N. Grand 44 Jim Morrison: Harmon Electric, 612 N. Independence (Alley)
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45 Kiwanis Train Station: Meadowlake Park, 1200 W. Rupe 46 Meadowlake Train Tunnel: Meadowlake Park, 1200 W. Rupe 47 Legends: Enid Rent-All, 712 W Willow 48 Love for All Seasons: Enid Floral, 1123 S Van Buren 49 Mandala Colorwheel: Carrie Chastain Dentistry, 407 E Cherokee 50 Martin Luther King Jr. Relief: City of Enid Administration, 401 W. Garriott 51 Watermelon Boxcar: Railroad Museum of Oklahoma, 702 N Washington 52 Oklahoma Phoenix: Atelier, 339 E Maple 53 What the Eye Sees: Atelier, 339 E. Maple 54 Where Your Garden Grows: Atelier, 339 E. Maple 55 On the Chisholm Trail: Government Springs Park North, 509 E Oklahoma 56 Play Takes Flight: Universal Management & Maintenance, 201 N Van Buren
57 Prairie Thunder (Spirit of the Buffalo): Enid Welcome Center, 201 W. Garriott 58 Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima: Kemph Heating & Air, 518 N Grand 59 Spinning Wheel: Dense Comfort Solutions, 409 E. Broadway 60 Thank You Lord: Emmanuel Baptist Church, 2505 W Garriott 61 Eternal Blossom: CannaFlow Dispensary, 1631 N. Van Buren St. 62 The Homesteaders and Giving Thanks: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 507 S. 4th 63 The Ranger: NWOSU-Enid, 2929 E. Randolph 64 Vision Seeker: Enid High School, 611 W. Wabash 65 You Can: AE Howard Flooring, 4810 W Owen K Garriott 66 Iron Glasses: NOC-Enid, 100 S. University 67 Spheres: NOC-Enid, 100 S. University 68 St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church: 110 N. Madison 69 Our Daily Bread Etched Monument: 616 W. Randolph 13
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1 Boomer Stride Bank Center Plaza, 301 S. Independence Artist: Harold Holden Dedicated in 1987, Boomer depicts the beginning of the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893. This monument went on to become the official symbol of the Cherokee Strip in Oklahoma and Kansas by legislative decree. 15
2 Historic Horse Watering Trough Corner of Maine and Grand Designer: Herman Lee Ensign Made of granite, the horse watering trough originally placed in Enid in 1910 by the National Humane Alliance. 16
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3 Breezeway Mini Murals 200 Block West Randolph Artist: Kelly Tompkins
Painted by: NWOAR & the Community Provided through a partnership by Main Street Enid and the Northwest Oklahoma Association of Realtors, with additional support from the City of Enid, Conrady Electric, Humphrey Abstract, and Michael Dotson. 17
Bright Future’s painting took place on Enid’s birthday - Saturday, September 16th, 2017. As a public art fundraiser, community members paid to paint 75 sections of the “Bright Future.” Mural.
Klemme Gallery and Event Space 222 E. Maple Artist: Kelly Tompkins Painted by: Community members
This mural was coordinated by Main Street Enid and was sponsored by ONEOK, Inc., on behalf of Bert Mackie, Conrady Electric and Family, Enid Arts Council and Park Avenue Thrift.
Enid Student Store 323 S. Grand Artist: Rick Sinnett
6 Doughboy Statue
Enid Public Library, 120 W. Maine
Dedicated July 4, 1924 and purchased by the local Daughters of the American Revolution, Doughboy depicts a WWI soldier.
7 Downspout Lookout Silhouettes Jackson Diamond Jewelers, 205 W. Randolph Artist: Christy Timberlake
Located on the alley side of Jackson Diamond Jewelers. This was a collaboration with Tammy Wilson and the Main Street Enid street art and poetry team. 21
8 Dragonfly in Paradise
Edward Jones: Jenna Rosine, 225 W Maple Artist: Kelly and Ty Tompkins of Hive Appeal
The mural serves as a reminder to live life to the fullest. The Fiesta Hibiscus flowers represent respect, love, friendship, family, and feminine energy.
9 Enid Woman Garfield Furniture, South Wall, 201 S. Grand Artist: Jack Fowler A portrait of Enid waitress Amanda Brooks depicts what the owner of Garfield Furniture, the late Russ Frazee, imagined when he thought of a typical Enid woman. 23
Created as a tribute to vintage signage, this historically-inspired Owl Cigar mural was completed in 2018.
Garfield Furniture, North Wall, 201 S. Grand Artist: Tanner Frady & Ashley Dawn
10 Owl Cigar
Created to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Chisholm Trail, to be part of a three-state celebration that included Kansas and Texas. Features Bob Klemme on the horse, Chisholm Trail historian.
Garfield Furniture and Mattresses, 123 S. Grand Artist: Paul Stone
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12 God Bless America Former Janes Machine Shop, 421 S. Grand Artist: Bill Thompson
This patriotic mural is located on the north side of the former Janes Machine Shop and was created in 2018. 26
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13 Painted Plains Alley behind 124 W. Randolph Artist: Jason Pawley
Commissioned by Main Street Enid: Inspired by the Indian Paintbrush flower. Painted Plains features a cheerful design that signifies Oklahoma’s radiantly colored sunsets and wildflowers. 27
14 Occasum Memorial
Enid Counseling & Diagnostic Services, 230 W Maple Artist: Chris Bodelle
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Latin for Sunset Memory, Occasum Memorial was painted in honor of a classmate of the building’s owner.
15 Leonardo’s Gate Leonardo’s Children’s Museum Adventure Quest, 200 E. Maple Artist: Tom Rockwell Entrance to the world’s largest community-built outdoor playground. 29
Simpsons Old Time Museum, 228 E. Randolph Artists: Richard Patton/ Matt Simpson
16 Indian Territory
Features Oklahoma’s state bird, the Scissor-tail Flycatcher.
Alley behind GYM 117 N. Grand Artist: Sophie Holle
17 Winging It
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Cimarron Council Boy Scouts, 317 N. Grand Artist: Kari Higgins 32
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19 Keeper of the Plains Statue
East Court House Lawn, 100 Block E. Grand Artist: H. Holden
In 1992, Isaiah Williams, a Ponca Indian, wanted a monument to honor the state’s original residents. This statue was underwritten by Security National Bank and was dedicated to all tribal members and their ancestors on April 16, 1994. 33
20 Little Sisters of Liberty Statue Garfield County Court House Renovated by Jaden Jenkins Enid’s Little Sisters of Liberty statue was donated by the Great Salt Plains Council in 1950 and was installed on the Garfield County Courthouse lawn. 34
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21 Pioneers: Past, Present, Future N. Courthouse Lawn, 100 block W. Randolph Artist: H. Holden Unveiled June 26, 2008, this statue was the first project approved by the Oklahoma Centennial Commission, featuring three half-sized figures: a Boomer who participated in the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893, a WWII Aviator and an astronaut. 35
22 Ruth Monro Augur Murals
Garfield County Courthouse (inside) Artist: Ruth Monro Augur
The murals cover 1,136 square feet inside the courthouse and depict life on the Plains through the Great Land Run of 1893.
23 Tri-State Statue North Courthouse Lawn Artist: Tasso Pitsiri The bronze sculpture shows a robed choir singer, a horn player, and a violinist. It was unveiled on May 1, 1976, at the 44th annual festival. 37
24 Sidewalk Musical Instruments
Non Profit Center, 114 S. Independence Artist: Freenotes Harmony Park
It’s not unusual for children and adults alike to stop and play some music as they’re walking by.
25 Sparky the Fire Dog Stride Bank Center Plaza, 301 S. Independence Artist: Denise Rinkovsky Sparky the Fire Dog depicts the National Fire Protection Association official mascot and is dedicated to the memory of Chief Philip Clover. 39
Installed on September 12, 2019, as a joint effort between The Public Arts Commission of Enid and Keep Enid Beautiful.
Corner of Garriott and Grand Artist: Michael Shuck
26 Lazy Circles in the Sky
This is a sacred white buffalo painted with blooming state symbols of Oklahoma.
Park Avenue Thrift 507 S. Grand Artist: Pam Kirkham
27 Blooming Buddy Bison
Iconic Enid skyline painted on Park Avenue Thrift greets visitors driving in from Garriott.
Park Avenue Thrift, 507 S. Grand Artist: Cheryl Swanson and Pam Gilbraith
28 Downtown Enid Skyline
Completed in 2020, this art project is on a plot of land that includes native grasses, flowers and trees.
100 Block of W. Park Ave. Artist: Romy Owens
29 Under Her Wing was the Universe
The railroad bridge located in downtown Enid was built in 1908 and only has a clearance of 11 feet 4 inches. Numerous semi-trucks and highprofile vehicles have failed to heed warnings of low clearances and have seen the tops of their trailers peeled off.
200 Block E. Main Artist: Wayne Shearon
30 East Maine Bridge
These four-faced Oklahoma Centennial Clocks were built to celebrate and commemorate Oklahoma’s 100th birthday in 2007.
Enid RSVP, 602 S. Van Buren Funded by Oklahoma Centennial Commission
31 Centennial Clock
Just a few of the features include Pac-Man, Max Headroom, Michael Jackson, the Stay-Puft Marshmallow man, Slimer from Ghostbusters, the Rubik’s Cube, Tom Selleck, John Travolta and much more.
Harmon’s Electric 612 Independence (in the alley) Artist: Tox Murillo
80s Pop Culture
Depicts the famous comedy team of Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong.
Mural on left side of photo called Friday (also by Tox) depicting a scene from the 1995 movie.
Haze Dispensary 1520 N. Grand Artist: Tox Murillo
33 Cheech & Chong
The mural was designed with the intention to ignite feelings of rejuvenation, joy and love for all life.
Davinci’s, 813 S. Van Buren Artists: Hogan Burleigh and Christin Juliano Oak & Ivy Creative Co.
34 Fresh Beginnings
The 2,700 sq. ft. mural features skateboarders, BMX cyclists, scooter riders and roller skaters stretching across two buildings owned by Luckinbill, Inc. It overlooks the Enid Skate Park.
124 N. 5th Artist: Kiptoe
35 Enid Skate Park Mural
This mural at Enid’s local food pantry as a reminder of the fresh produce they provide to hungry families.
Loaves & Fishes 701 E. Maine Artists: Kelly & Ty Tompkins
36 Feeding Our Neighbors
This mural was inspired by the “In Flanders Fields” poem by John McCrae, written in 1915. as a memorial to soldiers who died in a battle fought in WWI in a region of Belgium called Flanders.
Unique Designs 1814 N. Grand Artist: Kelly & Ty Tompkins
37 Flanders Flowers
Depict a smiling child releasing a dove. Donated by Lew Meibergen family in memory of Elizabeth Ann Meibergen.
St. Matthews Episcopal Church 518 W. Randolph Artist: Gary Lee Price
38 Girl of Peace
This mural celebrates gathering and grilling together again with family and friends.
Big Country Meat Market 606 W. Willow Artists: Kelly & Ty Tompkins
39 Grillin’ Together
Depicts the Longhorn, a symbol of the old historic Chisholm Trail.
Big Country Meat Market 606 W. Willow Artists: Kelly & Ty Tompkins
40 New Day on the Old Trail
Located in Dillingham Gardens at Government Springs Park North, this statue commemorates the largest land run in U.S. history.
Government Springs Park 509 E. Oklahoma Artist: H. Holden
41 Holding the Claim
Located on the north side of Maine St. just east of the East Maine Bridge.
302 E. Maine Artist: Unknown
42 Indian Blanket Flower Mural
In the 20th century, the romantic love of red roses was combined with the friendship and caring of yellow roses, resulting in orange roses, symbolizing energy and excitement.
Kustom Kreations and Heritage Eagle Roofing, 2219 N. Grand Artists: Kelly & Ty Tompkins
Jeans ‘n’ Roses
Harmon Electric 612 N. Independence (Alley) Artist: Tox Murillo
44 Jim Morrison
The Kiwanis Train Station at Meadowlake Park is decorated on all four sides with whimsical images associated with trains.
Meadowlake Park, 1200 W. Rupe Artist: Brandon Beichler
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Meadowlake Park, 1200 W. Rupe Artist: Brandon Beichler
46 Meadowlake Train Tunnel
Features black and white sketches of several Rock and Roll icons.
Enid Rent-All, 712 W Willow Artist: Sean Wills
This mural features Spring with a Ranunculus and ladybug, Summer with a Gerbera Daisy and a bee, Fall with a Dahlia and Tiger Swallowtail butterfly, and Winter with a flower known as the Christmas Rose.
Enid Floral 1123 S Van Buren Artist: Kelly & Ty Tompkins
48 Love for All Seasons
Typically, mandalas are circular geometric patterns, causing people to relax and quiet their minds.
Carrie Chastain Dentistry, 407 E Cherokee Artist: Chris Bodelle
49 Mandala Colorwheel
Created in 1991 to honor Martin Luther King Jr and was approved by the Martin Luther King Jr. commission.
City of Enid Administration, 401 W. Garriott Artist: Tasso Pitsiri
50 Martin Luther King Jr. Relief
Tribute to Railroad Museum director Frank “Watermelon” Campbell
Railroad Museum of Oklahoma, 702 N Washington Artist: Okie Dust
51 Watermelon Boxcar
Oklahoma Phoenix is a 75 foot by 17 foot mural of a scissor-tailed flycatcher, the Oklahoma state bird.
Atelier, 339 E Maple Artist: Kelly & Ty Tompkins
52 Oklahoma Phoenix
Atelier, 339 E. Maple Artist: Clean Hands Army from Tulsa
53 What the Eye Sees
Imagery inspired from Atelier’s mission of supporting artists and providing everything they need to grow and bring their creative dreams to life.
Atelier, 339 E. Maple Artist: Katelynn Noel Knick
54 Where Your Garden Grows
Features silhouettes of a herd of longhorn cattle moving over the Chisholm Trail from their home ranges in south Texas to shipping facilities in Abilene, Kansas.
Government Springs Park North, 509 E Oklahoma Artist: H. Holden
55 On the Chisholm Trail
Artist: Kelly & Ty Tompkins
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The painting on the buffalo is based on the song “America the Beautiful.”
Enid Welcome Center, 201 W. Garriott Artist: Cindy Van Kley
57 Prairie Thunder (Spirit of the Buffalo)
One of the most iconic photographs of all time was recreated in vibrant color.
Kemph Heating & Air, 518 N Grand Artist: Tox Murillo
58 Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima
Spinning Wheel serves as a symbol for Enid’s bike culture.
Dense Comfort Solutions, 409 E. Broadway Artist: Emmy Clark
59 Spinning Wheel
Self-portrait of the artist, Oklahoma Hall-of-Famer H Holden.
Emmanuel Baptist Church 2505 W Garriott Artist: H. Holden
60 Thank You Lord
1631 N. Van Buren St. Artist: Chris Bodelle
61 Eternal Blossom
Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center Created by artist Deborah Copenhaver Fellows, this statue depicts a man on his horse giving thanks.
62 The Homesteaders
Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 507 S. 4th Artist: H. Holden The Homesteaders statue was commissioned by Larry and Delores McClure to honor and remember their pioneering families. 76
63 The Ranger NWOSU-Enid, 2929 E. Randolph Artist: H. Holden The Ranger is a bronze statue of a bucking horse and rider. 77
Enid High School, 611 W. Wabash Artist: H. Holden
64 Vision Seeker
The statue depicts a Native American Plains Indian in full headdress, sitting cross-legged while looking into the distance as he ponders a vision.
Representation of the Howard family travels.
AE Howard Flooring, 4810 W Owen K Garriott Artist: Kelly and Ty Tompkins
65 You Can
66 Spheres NOC-Enid, 100 S. University Artist: Paul Denny A welded metal sculpture 80
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