Explore Chattanooga’s Uniqueness Through Art
Chattanooga is home to incredibly talented artists that create visual experiences woven throughout the community. Explore unique sculptures, beautiful murals, interactive art, and important historical pieces such as the Ed Johnson Memorial.
Latinx Centre Mural
by Alex Loza
LaPaz Chattanooga in the Downtown District
Ed Johnson Memorial
by Jerome Meadows
Walnut Street Bridge near The Edwin Hotel
by the Artist Seven
Wheelhouse in the Southside District
“We Shall Not Be Moved”
by 85 students from The Howard School and STEM School with lead artists Amanda Brazier, Rondell Crier, and Judy Mogul
Champy’s World Famous Fried Chicken in the Downtown District
by Dennis Oppenheim
Miller Plaza in the Innovation District
“A Place in the Woods”
by Robert Stackhouse and Carol Mickett
Renaissance Park in the North Shore District
West Village in the Downtown District
by the Artist Seven
Brainerd Road at the McCallie tunnel
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