It could be said that much of the artwork created by A Brush with Life is a form of public art. Whether it is a wall mural in a daycare center, a sculpture in a theme park or a sign hanging on a restaurant wall. All of these pieces are visually and physically accessible to the public and each is designed to be enjoyed and experienced by the public. But in this section, the pieces that are highlighted, are true pieces of public art, in that they were also created and procured through a public process. For more information on the State of New Hampshire's Percent for Art program, click here.