They are a staple at every intersection. But the gray-colored boring signal boxes, that control traffic lights, are being used for something else in North Richland Hills. The city is turning intersections into art galleries.
A well-known Fort Worth hospital is thinking outside the box as it expands. Everything began with a sketch and now hundreds of young patients are involved.
Outside Lee’s Grilled Cheese restaurant a strange tiled figure appeared overnight. As a result two friends, who some would call vandals, have been offered a legitimate gig to create their art.
From cooking, to a Native American Powwow, to a craft sale there’s a lot going on in North Texas this weekend and it’s all for free!
He has been an artist his whole life, but you won’t find his art hanging in a gallery. To see Frank Campagna’s art all you have to do is drive around downtown Dallas.