15 Contemporary Murals in the US
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The human impulse to make marks on walls is undeniable and ancient (hi, Lascaux, hey, Chauveaux). From cave paintings to ancient Roman graffiti to contemporary street art, you’ll find murals all across the globe—including works from veteran 20x200 artists: Lisa Congdon has created many murals across the country, including “We Gon Be Alright: A Tribute to Adé Hogue” in Easton, PA, a tribute to her beloved friend (and fellow artist/cyclist) who died tragically in October of 2021. Martha Rich’s irreverent paintings have appeared on numerous walls too, including inside the Philadelphia Airport. And you may have spotted William Wegman’s iconic dogs in the 23rd St. F stations in NYC.
One of the beautiful things about public art installations like murals is that they don’t require a big, gate-kept exhibition space to share with the world. Got public facing walls? You can have art. We’ve rounded up 15 public murals from across the US:
1. Scottsdale, Arizona
20x200 artist Carrie Marill’s sass-tastic cactus wren watches over the Palomino Public Library in Scottsdale, AZ.
2. Jersey City, New Jersey
Polish artist NeSpoon installed her signature lace-inspired mural in Jersey City, NJ.
3. Easton, Pennsylvania
4. Western Navajo Agency, Arizona
Hyuro painted “Arizona, EEUU” on the Navajo Nation, Western Agency.
5. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
6. Fort Smith, Arkansas
Camille Walala’s “Walala Pump & Go” transformed a 1950’s gas station in Fort Smith, AK.
7. Ann Arbor, Michigan
8. Salt Lake City, Utah
Karabo Poppy Moletsane’s mural in Salt Lake City, UT celebrates the Utah Jazz.
9. Mountain View, California
10. Jersey City, New Jersey
Mona Caron created “Shauquethqueat’s Eutrochium”, a 23-story painting of Joe Pye weed in Jersey City.
11. San Francisco, California
12. Fort Smith, Arkansas
Hilda Palafox AKA Poni installed a two-side mural on silos in Fort Smith, AK.
13. New York City, New York
14. Knoxville, Tennessee
Jessie and Katey’s “Knoxville Steps” in Knoxville, TN was inspired by traditional Appalachian weaving.