Dunwoody expands the Green Light Art project

Funding for the second phase of Green Light Art was donated by Fifth Third Bank, which opened a Dunwoody branch in January.

Dunwoody, GA – April 26, 2023 The installation of art on five new traffic signal boxes in Dunwoody is now complete and represents Phase II of the City’s popular Green Light Art project. Unveiled in November 2022, the public art display now features a total of 10 original canvases that were digitized, printed, and wrapped onto the boxes.


“The first phase of the Green Light Box Project was just incredible, and I am thrilled that we are able to share five more works of art in Dunwoody. We are simultaneously brightening intersections and improving our community,” said Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch. “We’re grateful for the support of Fifth Third Bank and look forward to growing partnerships like this to make our city even better.”


During a January ribbon cutting for Fifth Third Bank’s new Dunwoody branch at 1545 Mt. Vernon Road, Regional President Randy Korporc presented the City with a $5,000 check to support the second phase of Green Light Art. “I can tell you without a shadow of a doubt that Fifth Third Bank cares about making a difference, and we will continue to support this community,” Korporc said. “When we plant our flag, we’re serious, and we want to be a partner every step of the way.”


The first phase of Green Light Art featured the work of five Dunwoody High School students. The second phase includes two additional students, Jenna Prass and Rocio Arvizu. Three other artists are also included in Phase 2: Lori Lejeune, Lisa Guyton and Elaine Stephenson.


Link to the project website with an interactive map of art.


Considering the impact of weather on the art, the wraps are expected to last three to five years. The City of Dunwoody plans additional wraps in the future. Photos of Phase II of the Green Light Art project can be found using this link.