Call to Artists: Mural Project at Hagg Lake, Due April 8

Washington County Parks is excited to announce an opportunity for a local artist to transform a wall for our Scoggins Valley Outfitters watercraft rental business at Scoggins Valley Park, home of Henry Hagg Lake. The Park averages 1 million visitors each year, and the mural will be located at our busiest recreation area.

Scoggins Valley Park is owned by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and operated by Washington County Parks. The 2,500-acre park features two boat-launching facilities, over 14 miles of multi-use trails, an 18-hole disc golf course, and numerous picnic areas. The physical address of the mural site is 50250 SW Scoggins Valley Road, Gaston, OR 97119 at C-Ramp Recreation area.

 

Timeline:
April 8 – applications due
April 11 – 22 – review and selection process
April 26 – artist selected and notified
May 13 – final design due
June 17 – mural completed

 

Budget: $2,500, to include all supplies and labor (and graffiti coating). Paid upon completion.

Theme: Nature and Recreation

 

Dimensions and Scope: Design and paint a 20’ x 8’ mural on a Conex shipping container part of the Scoggins Valley Outfitters rental operation. The current container is gray and grooved, as pictured below.

The mural will be exposed to all weather conditions and will be accessible to the public. The site of the container is southern facing. In addition to aesthetics, a mural should account for durability and public safety.

 

Click Here to Apply and See Site Photos.

 

For additional questions, please contact Karine Kadyan, Parks Management Analyst at karine_kadyan@co.washington.or.us  or (503) 846-7002.