Arts Alive Chicago brings together 5 Chicago artists: Carly Derec, Kathryn Eli, Pennypinch, Shawnimals and Cyd Smillie to create a “drive-in mural” called, Music You Can See, with deep gratitude to Amie Zander of the Six Corners Association for the funds, and Danny Ehle of Culver’s for the dream. thank you also to Jerry Rogowski … Continue reading 5 Chicago Artists Collaborate on New Mural →
AAC artists work to clean and restore a time damaged favorite rock and roll mural originally by Samuel Lee Polce can be found at the newly renovated Nick’s Beer Garden.
The North stairwell features a sports theme and Chicago with designs by Jerry Rogowski, Jeff Kierna and Cyd Smillie and Griselda Blanco. Painting assistance by the Peace House Crew. “Stair Jordan” coined by Paul Hansen.
Arts Alive Chicago is proud to work with the I Grow Chicago community to create 19 murals in a downtown office building as a job training and skill building opportunity. First 9 designs by Jerry Rogowski and Cyd Smillie
Students from Englewood’s Henderson Elementary School led by Principal Ivy walked to their murals in the fall’s first cold day to dedicate and celebrate their two murals, “Messages” designed by Cyd Smillie with the students and “King of Peace” designed by Darrell Pulliam. Alderman Raymond Lopez and DCASE Commissioner Mark Kelly led the students in … Continue reading Henderson Students Dedicate Their Murals →
Arts Alive Chicago proudly supported Jerry Rogowski with his latest public art mural on Lawrence under the Redline station. The project was funded by Uptown United, the SSA for the area and approved by the CTA.
Who starts a mural in the last week of October???? Jerry Rogowski starts prepping his uptown “Jazz” mural.
Young and old can’t help but smile and roll their heads back to look all the way up the wall as Tony Passero and his team begin his YOPA mural on Damen at the entrance to the 606. Who doesn’t feel better with all those colors dancing about?
The first painted mural on a Chicago Public Library was almost lost to sun, wind, rain and age. Thanks to the Bezazian Library leadership this historic mural was revitalized. Originally painted with old house paint when colors were limited, the new look flashes a more sparkly smile with rich blues and sharp reds. Enjoy another … Continue reading AAC Updates Faded Library Mural →
Artist Tony Passero brings his paint and playfulness to the dingy underpasses of Kedzie at Belmont. Familiar forms and new techniques charge across the walls in two facing murals: RAM ZEL and TORO TOTEM . This follows his colorful JAG LEO on Cicero.