A Celebration of Kansas City's Past, Present and Future

Imbued with artwork that celebrates the city’s past, Two Light embodies the spirit of Kansas City’s resurgent present and bright future.

The first major piece to be completed at Two Light was the sprawling mural on the north side of the building's garage by Kansas City based muralist, Alexander Austin. The mural celebrates the Negro Leagues, with representations of Buck O’Neal, Satchel Paige and Jackie Robinson, among others. In addition, a mural celebrating great Kansas City sports moments was added to the south side of the building’s garage. This mural includes images of Kansas City Chiefs’ great Len Dawson; Sporting Kansas City Club’s Matt Besler during their MLS Cup run in 2011; the Kansas City Royals’ World Series Ring and Union Station Celebration from 2015; and Mario Chalmers “Shot heard round the world” from the University of Kansas’ 2008 NCAA Championship win against Memphis.

The theme of locally-inspired art continues on the interior of the building, with the lobby, the amenity level and every residential floor featuring murals, photography, quotations and sculptures sourced, created or installed by local artists.

Curated by nationally renowned interior designer Rebecca Jones, with the support of art consultant Brenda Wood and environmental graphics designer John Lutz, each mural was hand-painted on-site by local artists.