Embracing the concept of community
This station is located in a predominately residential, culturally diverse neighborhood near the old Oak Cliff "downtown" – now a historic district with noteworthy architecture dating from the 1920s and 1930s. The facility incorporates the district's architectural details, most notably the intricate brickwork on canopy columns and platform paving.
Artist Judith Inglesa's four-panel mural, A Community Honored, also features intricately designed details and embraces a broad concept of community, starting with images of nature and Texas' diverse ecological communities. The second panel traces the state's confluence of cultures – the many people from many lands who settled Texas – while the third portrays the urbanization of the land. The final panel illustrates the modern-day culture and character of the Oak Cliff neighborhood and residents.
Design Artist: Leticia Huerta
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