Public Art Advisory Commission

Public Art Advisory Commission Overview
The Commission shall serve in an advisory capacity to the Town Council and the Parks and Recreation Director or his or her designee to support the Town by establishing Windsor as an art destination that raises the potential for education, innovation, collaborative community engagement and cultural exploration. This Commission was established in 2015.

Town Hall Council Chambers
9291 Old Redwood Hwy., Building 400, Windsor
Regular meeting schedule: Fourth Wednesday of the month at  4:30 pm.

The vision for Windsor is to be an art destination that raises the potential for education, innovation, collaborative community engagement and cultural exploration.


The commission is made up of five (5) members-at- large who serve a four (4) year term, each appointed by a Councilmember. Members-at-large are required to be residents of Sonoma County and shall demonstrate a commitment to art and culture in Windsor. Additionally, one (1) Town Council Member and one (1) Parks and Recreation Commissioner sits on the Commission.

View current members of the Public Art Advisory Commission

Contacting the Public Art Advisory Commission

Click here to contact the Public Art Advisory Commission.

(Pictured: Bruce Johnson, "The Offering," located on Old Redwood Highway/Market Street Roundabout)

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Current Projects

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Art Under the Oaks - Downtown Photo Gallery

Art Under the Oaks is a new public art installation near the Town Green in Windsor. The community-submitted photographs exemplify what makes Windsor a great place to live, work and play -- wonderful people who care for each other, gorgeous nature and parklands, and fantastic food and events.

Featuring 29 images submitted by 16 community members, the Downtown Photo Gallery will be temporarily displayed along Old Redwood Highway, north of the Bell Village Shopping Center (Oliver's), from May-November 2023.

Click here to learn more about Art Under the Oaks.


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Discovering Windsor through Art

The Town of Windsor is proud to have completed its third year of the Discovering Windsor Through Art Program. This program aims to help beautify the community, enhancing the lives of residents as well as those who visit and work in the Town and is designed to grow and develop the talent from within to allow the community to discover each other through art.

Click here to learn more about this program and to view a listing of the completed utility boxes.

Any questions, please contact Mike Kovanis at 

(Pictured: Amber Rankin, "Coming Together," located at Old Redwood Highway and Windsor River Road)


Youth Banners

Youth Banners

The Youth Banner showcases Windsor students' artwork on pole banners in Downtown Windsor.

Click here to learn more about the Youth Banner program.


Wisdom Tree Mural

Wisdom Tree Mural Project

The Town of Windsor is excited to announce the installation of the Wisdom Tree Mural Project, in collaboration with Pomo artists, on the north side of the Huerta Gym, located at 9291 Old Redwood Highway Building 200. The project is a collaboration between the Town's Public Art Advisory Commission (Commission) and Pomo artists Bonnie Lockhart, Eric Wilder, and Jewelina Acosta.

Click here to learn more about the Wisdom Tree Mural Project.


Past Projects

Tomato and Art Festival

Tomato & Art Festival

The Town of Windsor and the Certified Farmers Market are hosting an art exhibition and sale along with the annual Tomato Festival on September 24th from 9:30am-12:30pm at the Farmers Market on the Town Green. We are seeking local artists to show their works of art in a pop-up gallery. Artists will receive a 10x10 space to set up a booth (artists will provide their own tables, chairs, easels etc. needed for gallery set up). For more information and questions please call, 707-838-1260 or visit to enter. 


Harvest Sculpture
Roundabout Sculptures
In January of 2018 the Town began the process to commission two sculptures for the Roundabouts on Old Redwood Highway. Click here to read more about that process. 

Policies and Reference Materials