Public art knows no size limitations or specific styles. It can be huge or small. It hangs from a building or covers the pavement beneath your feet. It can be abstract or realistic, cover any subject matter, and make any social statement. It may be cast, carved, built, assembled, or painted. It can even be created with chalk.

About Public Art Reston

Public Art Reston, a group of civic leaders who represent Reston’s key community organizations, seeks to inspire a new commitment to public art that builds on Reston’s tradition of supporting community arts and culture.

Public Art Reston is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to fostering community discourse and education about public art, creating new expectations about the possibilities for art in the public realm, and cultivating a new generation of artworks in the community.