In Richmond the are some nice crains. They are a tribute to Peter Minkwitz, a lover of Point Richmond.
And here’s the final part of this epic mural by Los Pobres Artistas. This is the side of the building, and it was painted for the Bay Area Mural Festival 2016. See my past 2 posts for the other parts of the building. This one’s so huge it won’t fit in one post! I know Pancho Pescador and Sidemuestro were involved in this part, maybe also others.
I love maps and I love street art so this is a really exciting mural for me.
These murals are from temescal and two are from the old baby equipment store that’s recently gone out of business.
Second mural by Marlon Ingram, Joe Aponte, Nhat Le, and Bleek.
Don’t you adore this new electrical box in uptown Oakland? Beautiful waterfalls and ponds with clouds and waterlily pads in some lovely blues and greens. Sadly I can’t see a signature on it but I’d love to find out who painted it.
I came upon this interesting metal sculpture in West Berkeley. Starting with a San Francisco city silhouette with city animals like cats and birds, it slowly transitions to farmland with farm animals, and then the mountains and a wild bear.
Gotta sneak this one in before the year of the rooster ends. This piece celebrates the Chinese year of the rooster which is just about to come to an end.
Here’s a nice piece by limpio designs .com. I enjoy how they made use of the full space for this water heron. It’s in uptown Oakland.
A delicate beauty of a work by Joshua Mays is now on view on Broadway in downtown Oakland. Be sure to take a look, it’s huge! This was made with support from Athen B gallery.
Another Richmond Bay Area Mural Festival piece by Carla Wojczuk and the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project. Still says it’s in progress, so I’ll have to go back when it’s done.
Another mural from the Richmond Bay Area Mural Festival. This one is on Macdonald Ave by ssali.