Utility Box Art
Phase One of the Utility Box Art Project is complete! Eight talented artists from Westview High School painted inspired boxes, featuring shadow monsters, bright animals, Oscar Wilde’s thoughts on being yourself, PacMan, and a Fragile package. Please take the time to drive by and check them out. They are located along Camino del Sur, between Torrey Meadows Drive and Watson Ranch Road.
Pending a new paint sponsor and interested artists, please look for Phase 2 of the Utility Box Art Project coming this Fall along Carmel Mountain Road from Mt. Carmel High School artists.
A big thank you to SDG&E for authorizing us to paint their utility boxes, to the San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture for the paint donation, to Westview High art teacher Mr. Nacu, and to the following student artists, without whom the project would not have taken flight:
Clarissa Gutierrez: Shadow Monsters
Nikki Bursted & Bennett Bird: Fragile
Alexandra Surges: Oscar Wilde quote
Kaelyn Harbison & Isabella Gallo: Bright Animals
Andrew Goehring & Aaron Bartfeld: PacMan
William Luo & Michael Nguyen: PQ Night
Photo coming soon!
To see a map and pictures of the boxes to be painted, please click on the links below:
All artists will be required to sign the artist contract before beginning work.
Check out our Guide to Painting a Utility Box.