Perkasie Borough has a new mural! Installed in June on the 125’ long retaining wall behind Borough Hall, the mural is the first installation in the Ten Thousand Flowers Project, the brainchild of local artist Tim Gibson. Tim, who painted the mural in Perkasie’s historic trolley tunnel, is planning a series of “Ten Thousand Flowers” murals in small towns across America. He’ll return to paint the ten-thousandth flower on Perkasie’s wall.
The Mural will be officially unveiled at the Ribbon Cutting on Monday, August 6th at 5:00 pm. The Borough wishes to thank Council for their approval of this amazing project, the Perkasie Lions Club for their hard work, the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County for their financial support, and all the members of our community who came out to help paint the mural!
After the Ribbon Cutting, there will be a reception at Chimayo Gallery at 5:30 pm. Chimayo is located at 21 North 7th Street in Perkasie.
For more information about the Ten Thousand Flowers Project, please visit: facebook/tenthousandflowersproject.