Hapeville is recognizing the arts as a tool for revitalization and economic development in a big way.
Wall is 60 ft long and 25-30ft tall.
View from Arts Alley, behind Beer Girl.
Funding for this project provided by Fulton County Board of Commissioners, City of Hapeville Main Street Board, Hapeville Public Works, and building owner Scott Pendegrast, with overarching project support by David Burt.
View from N. Central street, next to Beer Girl.
View from Hapeville pedestrian bridge over train tracks
Interior mural for natural beauty shop in Poncey-Highland neighborhood, Atlanta, GA.
Randolph Bridge south wall in Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, Atlanta, GA.
Wall is 180 ft long, 3 ft high and 2 ft deep.
This project was a collaboration with Fourth Ward Neighbors Association. Funding for this project was provided by Fulton County Board of Commissioner, the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs and Georgia Council for the Arts.
The bright color scheme is in response to the Dr. King quote painted on the other side of the bridge: “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”
Exterior mural at dk Gallery in Marietta.
Lead Artist for 5-female artist collaboration with Lela Brunet, Jessica Caldas, Angela Davis Johnson and Krista Jones. Project funded by Living Walls Laura Patricia Calle Grant.
Public art located at 513 Edgewood Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30312.
Painted inside the Chastain Arts Center gallery for the Emerging Artist Award Exhibition.
Collaboration with Asheville artist Jon Graham in Historic Norcross, GA. Funded by Norcross Public Arts Commission.
Mural collaboration with Asheville Artist Jon Graham and Norcross Public Arts Commission. Watch the awesome video!
Mural on Wylie St., Cabbagetown.
Mural in Kirkwood, Atlanta at Hosea & 2nd.
CosmoLava redesigned their space to have a modern speakeasy feel with an abstract painterly backdrop.
Mural painted at Frederick Douglass High School. The theme and related symbolism were generated by students during artist-led concept development sessions. The megaphone represents having an amplified voice; the wings represent freedom towards accomplishing goals; the black diamonds represent self worth in the rays of the sun's bright light.
Detail of Douglass mural.
Location: Tennelle St, Cabbagetown, Atlanta, GA
The legs represent vulnerability while finding confidence, inspired by the Italian colloquial expression to be "in leg," or capable.