The Visionaries & Voices building in Northside is the site of ArtWorks‘ largest mural to date — the Raymond Thunder-Sky Legacy Mural painted this summer by Antonio Adams and Cedric Michael Cox, along with a team of apprentices.
I really appreciate the way actual architectural details of the building are incorporated into the painted architecture of the mural.
This mural is so wide that it’s near-impossible to get a good shot of the whole thing.
The Banner and Ross Gallery at V&V is currently hosting Work Hard and Think Smart, an exhibit in honor of Raymond Thunder-Sky. Antonio Adams is a prolific V&V artist whose work was included in Green Spaces at the ArtWorks gallery earlier this year. His partner on this project, Cedric Michael Cox, will have his work on display in Soul within Structure at the Contemporary Arts Center‘s UnMuseum starting this Saturday.
That’s amazing. I love seeing the people in the last shot; they give the mural a sense of scale.
This mural is really cool; I think it’s my favorite from this summer’s crop of Cincinnati murals. The scale is awe-inspiring.
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