Hotel Indigo — Sample Local Arts Culture in Frisco, Texas

Hotel indigo blog — frisco, august 2017

Frisco, Texas, is a city practically built around the arts. The city boasts one of the largest collections of outdoor public art in Texas, and the local artist scene is vibrant and active. If you are looking to immerse yourself in the art scene, you’ll find plenty of creativity and inspiration here.

History Lesson

Start at Central Park, just behind Hotel Indigo at the intersection of Gaylord Parkway and Parkwood Boulevard. Here you’ll see the city’s iconic Cattle Drive sculpture, which commemorates the 19th century cattle drive along the Shawnee Trail and includes bronze statues, murals and sayings about the era. The eight-acre park, which features other life-sized, bronze sculptures, created by artist Anita Pauwels, also includes a small pond, running brook, amphitheater, walking trails and benches.

Read the full story at https://discovery.hotelindigo.com/art/sample-local-arts-culture-in-frisco-texas/

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