Public Art

Fallen Log HeArt Project

Fallen Log HeArt Project - women team

Fallen Log HeArt Project - Tree

The city of Grand Prairie’s Fallen Log heART art project installation is now installed in Waggoner Park, 2122 N. Carrier Parkway, Grand Prairie, perfect for your family, friends or individual photo.    

Located under a tree canopy, with a natural backdrop of vines and foliage, just north of the walking trail behind the ballfields, the artwork replicates a tree that fell in the forest just waiting to be discovered.  With a heart shaped “LOVE” carved into the trunk, the 12-foot log has enough room for sitting, standing, stacking...even laying for a dramatic pose for you and your loved ones.   The tree was handcrafted by the artisans at NatureMaker Steel Art Trees. 

Fallen Log is the second installation of the heART Art Project, the first being murals at Farmers Market, which will rotate periodically during the year.  The heART Art Project is the brainchild of Councilwoman Jorja Clemson who envisioned art using hearts to symbolize and communicate and inspire love, kindness and unity throughout town.  The city will issue a Call to Artists for a third installation in 2022.

Love Life Grand HeArt Project

Photo Contest Winners

We asked residents to show us how much they love Grand Prairie by visiting the Love Life Grand mural at the Farmer's Market, 120 W. Main St., take a photo and submit it for a chance to win a fun gift basket filled with Grand Prairie items including four free tickets to Epic Waters.

Council member Jorja Clemson is pictured above with the winning family.

Public Art

Updated on 09/15/2020 2:22 PM