The Empress Wore No Clothes Proudly This is my suggestion for Debbie’s Travel With Intent Six Word Saturday–Before and After Street Art. See other’s interpretation of the photo at https://travelwithintent.com/2019/06/15/a-successfully-striking-before-and-after-street-art-manu-twice-poble-nou/ Advertisements
This week’s photo challenge from Pilot Fish Blog is about street art, so I pulled some pictures from my archives showing the various artists’ sense of humor. Street art is popular in SMA, and often whimsical. See more street art at https://pilotfishblog.com/2019/05/11/lens-artists-photo-challenge-45-street-art/#comment-26991
Sticks of colored chalk, a large expanse of flat stone, and smudged hands blending, softening, darkening, and tinting, created a feast of art in the Plaza Civica in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico this weekend. Artists sprawled on the walkways, each with a picture, a vision, or a sketch of what they were going to… Continue reading Madonnari Chalk Art Show in SMA, Mexico
Street art abounds in San Miguel de Allende, and these are some new ones that have appeared in recent months. Vibrant, original, creative and unusual, each one comes from the magic of the individual artist’s vision.
Street artists have been active in San Miguel recently, and here are some new paintings decorating walls on residential and commercial buildings.
This week’s Nuthouse Central’s Oddball challenge brought to mind this street art I found in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. I thought it was delightful, even if it is huge and a bit oddball. See many more oddball pics: https://nuthousecentral.wordpress.com/2018/11/03/kammies-oddball-challenge-11-1-2018-late/
I found more street art in the neighborhoods of San Miguel de Allende. Some are abstract, some representative, and others reflecting the beauty in life. World famous artist travel to this Mexican city to add their art to available walls. More street art pictures will follow in the days to come.