separate-images19Augusta
Trilogy Gunby

This design is an illustrated map of Augusta, highlighting many important Augusta landmarks to appeal to both locals and tourists alike.


separate-images7Augusta’s Azaleas
Colleen Beyer

Augusta is well-known for its azaleas. While only enjoyed in the spring, this work can be enjoyed year-round for locals and tourists.


separate-imagesButterfly Dreams
Krystle Corcino

May color take you away from the everyday hustle on the flutter of a butterflies wings in to a world of beautiful colors


separate-images11Dogwood Tree and Tech-savvy Birds
Ashley Gray

This piece is a pretty arrangement of branches and birds. These birds are more tech-savvy than your average bird.


separate-images20Cherokee Roses
Alyssa Beck

I love Georgia and want to celebrate the beautiful nature that can be found here. The wonderful Cherokee Rose is Georgia’s state flower.


separate-images8Downtown Landmarks
Jason Craig

“I wanted this piece to be an extension of Downtown Augusta. I don’t want to Camouflage the box, I want to make it feel like it belongs here.”


separate-images21Kayaking at the Canal
Alyssa Beck

The Augusta Canal is my favorite place and hosts many outdoor activities. Kayaking is a great way to enjoy Augusta’s nature.


separate-images23Lightning Bolts
Jacob Vaz

“My piece loosely anthropomorphizes the excitement for downtown life and development with simple colors, shape, and symbolism”


separate-images13Living Greener
Rhian Swain

Living Greener advocates for “nature awareness”. Unzipping the traffic box allows a more beautiful, more eco-friendly Augusta to emerge.


separate-images22Planet Caravan
Wesley Stewart

WLS work encompasses strong line, gestural energy, & layers of bold colors that accentuate specific areas of the work & the surrounding area


separate-images3Music
Stacey Atkins

Music, like art, is an integral part of our daily lives; as such, they often enhance and complement one another when sharing the same space.


separate-images9Orange Hearts
Leonard “Porkchop” Zimmerman

Two robots holding separate halves of a broken orange heart stand on opposite sides of the box with happy folks in between. It’s only a matter of time before they meet. Maybe they’ll meet after the light changes?


separate-images14Positive/Negative Reversal #33
Wesley Stewart

WLS work encompasses strong line, gestural energy, & layers of bold colors that accentuate specific areas of the work & the surrounding area


separate-images12Robot
Trilogy Gunby

This design transforms the traffic box into a robot, inspired by vintage robot toys, and utilizes vivid color and a graphic style.


separate-images18Swimming Colors
Si-Long “Fox” Chen

I want to turn a plain old traffic box into a living aquarium. The fishes in the water bring out festivities and color in the running water.


separate-images15The Jessye Norman School for the Arts
Sarah Pacetti

Jessye Norman, the world renowned and incredibly talented opera singer uses her school to bring arts education to the children of Augusta.


separate-images2Tomatoes
Stacey Atkins

Art provides nourishment to our eyes and minds, as food does for our bodies. Bold colors echo the pungency and vibrancy of a fresh tomato.


separate-images10Vines
Chase Lanier

Rooted in the same vicinity, vines grow upward, beginning to entangle at great heights, creating collective patterns, impossible done alone.


separate-images6What’s in that Box!?
Tracy Cook

Referencing pop art’s most influential artists, through color and bold graphics I want people to wonder what’s going on inside the box.


separate-images5“Who’s There?”
Ruby “RuCu” Culpepper

?”Who’s There?” is a whimsical and dreamy design that I’m dedicating to my mom who was affectionately known as “Bunny”.


separate-images4Woodrow Wilson
Erica Pastecki

“Our city has such a rich history. I think it’s time we spread that knowledge. President Woodrow Wilson’s boyhood home is a great start.:)”


separate-images16James Brown
Robbie Bellamy

“My design has 3 images of James Brown in black and white only. I chose to keep it colorless in an effort to show that he reaches all people”


separate-images17Amen Corner
Wanda Danserau


Artists’ Bio & Contact Info

Staci Atkins

A graphic artist, signmaker, illustrator and hippie traveller, Stacy Atkins was born and raised in Augusta, educated on the road and at ASU

Website: stacyatkins.net

Twitter: @Stacey_Atkins


Kate Anderson

RuCu is a local stencil artist and musician from the Edgefield, SC area. She’s been drawing, painting and stenciling since a very young age.

Instagram: @rucu


Alyssa Beck

I am an artist who just graduated from Bob Jones University in May, 2015. I love the outdoors, running, hiking, and exploring new places.

Website: alyssabeck.com

Instagram: @alyssabeck


Colleen Beyer

Colleen earned her MFA from GA Southern Univ. & resides in Augusta, GA. Her work is influenced by nature, botanical forms & mark-making.

Website: Colleenbeyerstewart.com

Instagram: @ColleenBeyerStewART


Robbie Bellamy

I’m a freelance graphic designer and artist. currently pursuing certification in Art Education. Photography, upclycling are my passions.

Website: robbie-bellamy.artistwebsite.com

Instagram: @Beachbluez

Twitter: @Beachbluez


Si-Long ?Fox? Chen

Si-Long Chen, nicknamed Fox, was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan. In 2006, she immigrated to the United States.

Website: foxsilong.com

Twitter: @foxsilong


Tracey Cook

As an art conservator and framer, I mostly deal with other people’s art. This is why I love to use unique and bold imagery in my own work.


Krystle Corcino

“Art is my life and it’s a part of who I am daily. I love to get messy, make mistakes, and just have fun. Art creates itself!”

Facebook: Facebook.com/sweetnlilrican

Instagram: @Sweetnlilrican


Jason Craig

Jason has been painting and Illustrating in Augusta since the late 90’s. He is also an accomplished Senior Graphic Designer.

Tumblr: Jasonthe29th.tumblr.com

Instagram: @jasonthe29th


Ruby “RuCu” Culpepper

RuCu is a local stencil artist and musician from the Edgefield, SC area. She’s been drawing, painting and stenciling since a very young age.

Instagram: @RuCu


Wanda Danserau

“Since moving to the CSRA I have become acquainted with the furor over the game of Golf. Several years ago I had the pleasure of being at the Augusta National. I am not a golfer but I certainly appreciate the landscaping. I have painted several commission pieces of the beauty that surrounds the course. It is this reason that I chose the Amen Corner for one of the boxes.”


Ashley Gray

Ashley Gray is a ceramic artist who focuses on reliefs and decorative tiles. Originally from Arkansas, she lives and works in Aiken, SC.

Website: ashley-gray.com

Facebook: Facebook.com/AshleyGraySculpture


Trilogy Gunby

Trilogy is a SCAD graduate with a BFA in Illustration. She works both traditionally and digitally with a strong penchant for linework.

Website: trilogyillustration.com

Instagram: @trilogygunby

Twitter: @trilogygunby


Chase Lanier

Chase Lanier implements a process of creativity and problem solving ad infinitum to compliment the community around him.

Instagram: @bokononista


Sarah Pacetti

Sarah Pacetti is a sequential art SCAD grad. She loves gardening & adventure stories. Her work can be found at sarahpacetti.blogspot.com

Instagram: @Sahreeb


Erica Pastecki

Describing herself as “doing art since (she) jumped into this world,” Erica Pastecki’s work mainly deals with body issues and gender roles.

Etsy Shop: Etsy.com/shop/PASTECKIartANDcoffee

Twitter: @empasteki


Wesley Stewart

WLS earned a BFA at Augusta State & a MFA at Georgia Southern. Teaches Art Appreciation for East Georgia State College’s Augusta campus

Website: wesleylstewart.com


Rhian Swain

F/T Multi-genre artist; painting degree w/art in collections around the world; resident artist w/studio at Jessye Norman School of the Arts.

Facebook.com/RhianArtPortfolio

Twitter: @rhian_swain


Leonard ?Porkchop? Zimmerman

“Two robots holding separate halves of a broken orange heart stand on opposite sides of the box with happy folks in between. It’s only a matter of time before they meet. Maybe they’ll meet after the light changes?”


Jacob Vaz

Sculptor, printmaker, and reluctant painter making for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th dimensions with a straight-out-the-box mentality for materials

Website: Facebook.com/jacob.vaz.9

Instagram: @vazjacob