Thursday, April 21, 2016

Gray Mountain, Arizona

At the south end of Gray Mountain on the east side there're four tanks. They're a canvas that changes regularly. 



NORTH SIDE
















DETAIL OF ONE AT LEFT 







SOUTH SIDE





DETAIL




ACROSS THE STREET IS ANOTHER WORK BY THE SAME ARTIST








EAST END



MIDDLE




DETAIL




WEST END







DETAIL








OTHER SIDE





ATTACHED BUILDING









THE EAST-END (the image above is on the "front" of the shack at right)

















4 comments:

Sukhi Hontu said...

fabulous!!! Thanks for making the journey into the mystic...

hannah jane said...

WOW! I love it when all kinds of art are jumbled together like this.

Jim and Gayle said...

Some very interesting art. I know I always enjoy the artwork on passing trains. There was also a railroad overpass back home over a two lane road that had constantly changing artwork. It drove the city council crazy although I think they finally embraced it.

Jim

MFH said...

Jim, Gayle,

Yeah, the Phillistines just can't get it. In the '90s I had a company that provided after-school programs to Albuq Public Schools (APS). One of the art teachers was very much into graffiti art, but APS wouldn't let us teach ANYTHING that touched on the subject. He had done several spectacular murals including one of threatened rainforest species. Yesterday I discovered all the amazing art in the alleyways of downtown Flagstaff.