Western Colorado may be home to an amazing outdoor lifestyle, but that doesn't mean you can't head inside to find inspiring works of art. In fact, they are often outside with us.

Grand Junction is an incredible community for so many reasons, and another one is the flourishing art scene. Have you ever stopped to think about how many statues and murals there are in our community?

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Grand Junction's Downtown Art Scene

Grand Junction has more than 115 statues and murals that decorate the downtown area along with other parts of the city. Art is on display all over this town if you keep your eyes peeled. In the photo gallery below we will show you where to find some of Grand Junction's cool art studios, art galleries, and places to find public art on display.

Grand Junction's Art Galleries

In addition to several public exhibits, Grand Junction is home to art galleries at the following locations:

Grand Junction's Public Art Displays

Rotating exhibits can be found at several locations which feature Mesa County artists' works on display on a bi-monthly basis. We'll take a closer look at each one in the gallery below.

Grand Junction's Art Scene: Museums, Galleries, and Public Art Installations

If you spend any time in downtown Grand Junction you will discover that this is a city that loves art. Art galleries, studios, and public art displays seem to be around every corner. Many are free for the public to enjoy. Learn more about Grand Junction's art scene and where to find exhibits featuring Mesa county artists.  

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