A look at Jason Gamrath’s work that will be on display at Art in Bloom. Photo Jason Gamrath
Mural at Olive and Brown streets.Mural at Callowhill and 19th streets.
One of Philadelphia’s most unique characteristics has been created over the past thirty years via the Mural Arts. In every neighborhood, there are monumental and dramatic murals painted on sides of buildings that make the city an open air art festival free to all.
Mona Lisa (Photo by: Klaus Enrique, courtesy Rebecca Hossack Gallery)
For gardeners who can’t see beyond the splendor of flowers and foliage, New York illustrator and photographer Sarah Rosado is opening their eyes to the ugly duckling of the garden bed by transforming ordinary dirt into whimsical works of art. For her latest project, which she calls “Dirty Little Secrets,” Rosado reveals not only the hidden aesthetic potential of soil, but also its ability to convey a meaningful message.
terra cibus no. 39: cabbage
We recently received photos from Kellie Cox-Brady, a botanical muralist in Ithaca, New York. With work so unique, we couldn’t pass up learning more. Below is a recap of our conversation with Kellie.
A balloon bridge, DIY gold planters, tropical fruits in the Golden State, beeswax and graphite drawings, and more in today’s Links We Love.
Sun printing on fabric lets you use the plants in your garden to create beautiful patterns, and the resulting fabric can be made into clothing or a framed work of art.