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OmniRide & KPWB Bus Stop Beautification Project

OmniRide and Keep Prince William Beautiful (KPWB)—along with Prince William County Neighborhood Services, Parks, Recreation & Tourism; Apple Federal Credit Union, and Amazon Web Services in Communities (AWS)—have partnered in a Bus Stop Beautification Project, which transforms designated bus shelters in Prince William County into canvases of public art designed by local artists. This is an annual project.

Each year, a selection of local bus shelter locations feature work by a different artist. Artists are selected through an open call for proposals by KWPB. Artists are encouraged to visit their selected shelter locations to see the neighborhood, surrounding community, and its cultural influences to inspire them to create their works. Each artist receives a $500 grant to create the artwork and receives half of the proceeds gained at an auction for the sale of their artwork after a year.

Keep scrolling for a view of the shelter artwork… then keep an eye out for them while you're out and about.


YEAR: 2023
AREA: Dumfries
THEME: Clean Communities, Clean Waterways

Graham Park Drive
Artist: Darien Taylor
Artist's Website
Old Triangle and Steele
Artist: Tamao Nakayama
Artist's Website



Old Triangle and Kearsarge
Artist: Amanda Brown


YEAR: 2022
AREA: Woodbridge & Manassas
THEME: Environmental Stewardship

Dale Blvd. & Minnieville
(in front of Giant shopping center)
Artist: Amanda Griffith
Artist's Website

Sudley Rd. and Diggs
(in front of NOVANT Health)
Artist: Emily Thomson
Artist's Website


Prince William Pkwy at
McCoart County Complex
Artist: Sherry Bosarge
Artist's Website

Old Bridge Rd. and Antitam
(across from Woodbridge High School)
Artist: Tamao Nakayama
Artist's Website