Garden City Climate Action Art Walk is a collaboration between Conservation Voters for Idaho (CVI), Garden City Placemaking Fund (GCPF), local artists, and local businesses to showcase local artwork centered around protecting Idaho for future generations.
The Art Walk will consist of six art murals scattered throughout the up-and-coming Live-Work-Create District of Garden City, Idaho. By pairing artists with local businesses, the Art Walk encourages Treasure Valley residents to explore our vibrant neighborhood, support local businesses, and create a larger discussion around the need for bold ideas to protect what makes Idaho such a great place to live, work, and play.
Once completed, our five climate-action oriented murals will be dispersed throughout Garden City’s Live-Work-Create District, best accessible by walking, biking, or other non-motorized transit.
To learn more about each piece, its location, and the artist, click the green icons on the map, or use the icon in the top-left corner to open the list of finished mural locations, then click on the artist’s name.
As we finalize more murals, their locations will be updated to the map.
For the Climate Action Art Walk, CVI has partnered with Garden City Placemaking Fund (GCPF). GCPF is a partnership between Surel’s Place, visionary neighboring business owners, artists, art lovers, and countless volunteers designed to empower new opportunities for public art and creative placemaking in Garden City.
3242 W Chinden Blvd, Garden City
Artist Zion Warne has been working in glass since 1996, opening his first studio in 1998. Warne is passionate about creating new, intriguing work and tries to be as environmentally conscious as possible when creating his art.
3408 W Chinden Blvd, Garden City
Coiled Wines is named for the winding Snake River Valley, considered to be one of Idaho’s first grape-growing regions. Coiled Wines is very passionate about sustainable and environmentally-friendly business practices.
106 E 34th St, Garden City
The Vall-eBike program provides shared electric bicycle rentals for people across Boise. The program is run through Valley Regional Transit. Launched as a 50-bike pilot program in July 2022, the Vall-eBike program provides an alternative to single-occupancy car trips, improving rider’s health and reducing pollution from cars.
111 W 34th St, Garden City
SimplyLEDs was founded in 2010 with the goal of making environmentally friendly, sustainable lighting simple. Since their founding, their lights have saved over 500,000 metric tons of greenhouse gas from entering the atmosphere, which is equivalent to more than 60 million gallons of gas.