heARTing Buellton, CA
heARTing Buellton, CA

Buellton is going into the ocean!

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We are about to embark on a new community art project for the city of Buellton!

The city of Buellton has generously given us a grant to create another community art project. This time, we are adding banners on the Avenue of Flags, AND on Hwy 246, AND down Industrial Way! That is a lot of art! Woohoo!

We need YOUR help to make this possible. This year’s theme is:

“Exploring the Ocean!”

Deadline for Art Submissions is

May 1, 2024

You do NOT have to be a Buellton resident to submit your original art. You just need to heART Buellton!

Our Next Goal:
With 2 more sponsors we are going to

Create a Zazzle store!

Learn More

Current Sponsors for our “Exploring the Ocean” Project include:

Swim Kim - Breakthrough Swimming and Consulting
Face in Water - Swimming and Water Safety Education
katandsquirrel.com
Unscribbled Web and Graphic Design Solutions

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2022/23  – Buellton, California created a community art project:

Funky Flowers & Butterflies

Between the grant from the Buellton City Council, donations, and sponsors we were able to combine the works of 36 community artists aged 5-75 to create the 14 banners that were displayed along Avenue of the Flags, created some fun social media pieces, and showcased the art of our community members!

Thank you to all of the artists, sponsors, donors, and helpers that made this project possible!

Between the grant from the Buellton City Council, donations, and sponsors we were able to combine the works of 36 community artists aged 5-75 to create the 14 banners that were displayed along Avenue of the Flags, created some fun social media pieces, and showcased the art of our community members!

Thank you to all of the artists, sponsors, donors, and helpers that made this project possible!

Amazing things are possible when we come together as a community! Thank you, Buellton!

How it works

Contributed art gets turned into...
Contributed art gets turned into...
a collaborative community art project.