NORFOLK, Neb. -- A northeast Nebraska city is looking to add to its downtown mural collection.

Norfolk is currently in its third year with the Alleyway Art Project and is looking for artists around the area to add more murals in the downtown area.

Traci Jeffrey, who is the director of The Norfolk Area Visitors Bureau, said one of the potential projects will be on seventh street.

“We have two buildings spotted in downtown Norfolk,” Jeffrey said. "Since it’s an alleyway art project, one is actually in an alley, and then one is on seventh street," she added. “It’s a big, huge area for an artist to express their feelings on that wall,” said Jeffrey.

Norfolk also wants to provide a stunning visual experience to not only the community but visitors as well.

“It's a great opportunity for people to come along,” added Jeffrey. “We’ve seen lots of Instagram photos of people taking pictures in front of the murals,” she added.

Jeffrey said she’s thrilled with how the art project has gone up until this point.

“It’s been a great opportunity just to be able to show off these beautiful murals right here in our downtown,” she added.

This year, the 2022 Alleyway Art Project committee is suggesting that each business owner compensates their chosen artist up to $1000.