YoloArts serves as the art consultant for the County of Yolo and any other entity who requests public art administration. We provide the facilitation of selecting, commissioning, placing, maintaining and de-accessing public works of art. We promote a community based process built on models used by arts organizations throughout the U.S.

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Yolo Branch Library


Still Here

Shayne M. Oseguera "SMO"


Nova Color acrylic paint on Wood

The Pronghorn Antelope, California Condor, and Chinook Salmon represent the land, wind, and sea. Pine trees, blue wildrye, and a black oak tree speak for the indigenous people who supported this land. All of these native species were chosen to serve as a reminder to be kind to wildlife and be environmentally conscious as these species face many dangers today.


The Awakening

Ana Volentine


Nova Color acrylic paint

In this optical illusion mural, birds gracefully fly in at dawn to hear a story read by a hatchling sitting in a nest made of daisies. Together, they form a glowing sunflower inspired by the beautiful fields of Yolo county. The baby's book shows a heart with a tiny fracture, representing a collective effort to heal the community.

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