Street Art at The Hollywood Bowl; Vulnerability in Paint
This week’s contribution comes from noted artist, and Greater and Grander contributor, Ricardo Tomasz.
Art adds unique color to our streets and beautifies our communities. That’s why Los Angeles District 4 councilmember, David Ryu, announced his groundbreaking Utility Box Art Program in November 2017 to improve Los Angeles neighborhoods while supporting local artists. This program sponsors local artists to turn blank utility boxes into stunning works of public art.
While the program has been put on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the program has recently reopened, and one of its first completed junction boxes, post-pandemic, is Greater & Grander’s own, Ricardo Tomasz.
Located at the intersection of Highland Ave. and Pat Moore Way, Ricardo Tomasz has completed his work, “Vulnerability in Paint” which was inspired by noted street artist, Banksy, right in front of the Hollywood Bowl.
You can now purchase beautiful art like this at an affordable price for your home. Check out the link to Ricardo Tomasz’s Saatchi page.
You can also buy this design and others on RedBubble.