Daybreak in O’Bryonville by Kate Holterhoff

Daybreak in O'Bryonville by Kate Holterhoff

According to Wikipedia, Daybreak in O’Bryonville, the new ArtWorks mural by Kate Holterhoff, borrows motifs from Maxwell Parrish’s iconic Daybreak. While the mural isn’t funny like Scott Donaldson’s Campy Washington, and while it doesn’t pull you into a story like Christian Schmit’s An Epic Tale of Time and Town, its vivid palette is effective in its context. I’m sure this will have an even stronger presence in the dead of winter.

Daybreak in O'Bryonville by Kate Holterhoff

Daybreak in O'Bryonville by Kate Holterhoff

Daybreak in O'Bryonville by Kate Holterhoff

Daybreak in O'Bryonville by Kate Holterhoff

Daybreak in O'Bryonville by Kate Holterhoff

Daybreak in O'Bryonville by Kate Holterhoff

Daybreak in O'Bryonville by Kate Holterhoff

Daybreak in O'Bryonville by Kate Holterhoff

For those of you outside of Cincinnati, this mural is located on the back walls of a parking lot in the heart of O’Bryonville, an eclectic shopping district in Cincinnati.

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4 thoughts on “Daybreak in O’Bryonville by Kate Holterhoff

  1. Pingback: A Day in the Life of Sayler Park by Evan Hildebrandt and Allison Sheperd « Visualingual

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