A Massive Mural in the Heart of the USA
June 1, 2013 - Kichstarter Campaign a Success!
Thank you to everyone who helped make the Silo Art Project Kickstarter campaign a success. Stay tuned for details on the painting progress and further updates on the Kickstarter Rewards and all things related.
May 9, 2012
We just reached our Kickstarter minimum funding target in order to receive the money raised through you, our friends, family, supporters, and people that believe in what we are doing and in public art. We thank you so much for making this possible. We still have many days to go before the Kickstarter campaign ends which means you can still get in on the various REWARD levels and be part of making THIS LAND an overwhelming success.
A very special thank you to the $10K donation today from DOWNTOWN OKC, Inc. That is really what set this campaign off!
We also wish to thank the corporate sponsors S&S Promotions, Inc., Digital Media Warehouse, and H.I.S. Paint. You guys are awesome! Of course we have a long ways to go in order to complete the mural but the project is well underway and has the momentum of the community.
We are in the midst of our SILO ART PROJECT KICKSTARTER fund raising campaign. We need to raise at least $16,000 for the proejct to be funded. Please visit our project page, read through, watch the video, and do what you can to support this project. We really need your support to make this possible!
“This Land,” is a youthful, vibrant, and encouraging representation of Oklahoma icons. The American bison, the scissortail flycatcher, indian paintbrush flowers, wheat, the earth below, sun beams radiating overhead - each figure speaks to an element of Oklahoma and our land.
Oklahoma’s roots are deeply engrained in the culture of the earth, working with our hands, and making the best
of what we have. The grain silos, a relic of our Oklahoma heritage, sat dormant for decades until they were repurposed
into a climbing gym facility in 1998. Since then, the climbing gym has offered a unique and worthwhile
environment for thousands of Oklahomans seeking adventure and challenge over vertical terrain.