Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT-TV) Towns all across America have art displays in public places, everything from fountains to sculptures and paintings.
Now the alley just off Second Avenue behind the Historic Ballroom In Twin Falls has a public art display. Right now there are paintings and 3D displays in what the organizer is calling "Art Alley." He says it's a matter of doing what he can to spruce up downtown Twin Falls.
Jimmy Taylor says, "The project isn't a static project. It's always becoming, it's always evolving. I'm always looking for artists who want to come down and are motivated to contribute to the project."
Taylor got permission from the building owner and the city of Twin Falls to do the project. But he also says if you want to put your art on display here, you're not allowed to paint directly on the bricks.
Taylor says you can drop him an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org , and he'd like to meet you in person before you start your project.
Oct. 17, 2012.