Saturday, October 16, 2010

30 pictures aren't enough

I had the opportunity to be part of a tour of outside art/murals/mosaics/graffiti on the Albuquerque Trolley with the City of Albuquerque Public Art Division...it was AWESOME!


Thomas Christopher Haag


Unknown signage


Albert Rosales and crew at Revlis Gallery


Unknown signage


Thomas Christopher Haag and the Rainbow artist (sorry can't remember his name) the guy who has been doing the rainbow drip thingys off the side of buildings... Revlis Gallery


Thomas Christopher Haag - okay I really liked his stuff...and there were lots of them!


3rd in the triptych of Thomas Christopher Haag


Chip Thomas


Pocket art...one of the first commissioned by the city


one of the triptych - Thomas Christopher Haag


Chris Strain


Chris Strain


larger image of Chris Strain


Jaque Fragua

Jaque Fragua with Lichiban

Jaque Fragua with Lichiban

Jaque Fragua with Lichiban

PAZ


Albert Rosales and Friends


Not a mural but still amazing...right?

One of the first ones...using house paint...it is being restored


bigger image of the one above


still the same mural...you can see the degeneration because it is a west facing wall


unknown signage


Barelas Community Center - lead artist Francisco LeFebre


More Barelas Community Center


Full image from Barelas


Bernadette Vigil - this is a fresco


My seat mate on the trolley!

3 comments:

Gwen said...

these are marvelous! I love me some graffiti!

elaine said...

The "rainbow guy" is Earnest Doty. He used to run the CIRQ gallery, which is now Revlis Gallery. He does alot of street art around ABQ... crows, rainbow drips, etc.
I absolutely love his work.

m. heart said...

Fantastic — I didn't realize there was so much street art going in on ABQ!