Public Art: Funk Zone Mural Picasso style

Santa Barbara Funk Zone picasso like public artpublic art mural

I just had to share this fab Funk Zone public art mural – seems to have the influence of Picasso or at least the bright colors Picasso liked to use from the 1930′s period.  This public art mural has happiness and sunshine oozing from every color!

I’m not certain of the artist so let me know if you do.  If you’re in the Santa Barbara area, the Funk Zone was just doing a call for mural artists.  If you want to see more Funk Zone public art murals check out this street which changes pretty frequently and was updated to this set of murals.  Yes, one more public art mural worth putting on your walking list is this one.

Picasso Inspriation…

The Dream by Pablo Picasso

The Dream by Pablo Picasso

Still Life with Pedestal Table by Pablo Picasso

Still Life with Pedestal Table by Pablo Picasso

Now that I’ve mentioned Picasso, my art bucket list includes creating a stained glass Picasso wall hanging – I’m kind of leaning towards the Still Life with Pedestal Table.  After seeing this Picasso stained glass work of art-it does look amazing!

TD Stained Glass Picasso

TD Stained Glass Picasso

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Public Art: Funk Zone Mural Picasso style

    • Thanks for asking and I wish I did. I don’t really make art with paper or canvas and my drawing probably only looks great to the 5 and under crowd because they cut me a lot of slack :) My version of art is usually related to furniture, fabric or paint! I just really luv public art since there is no structure on how you’re suppose to look at it. No special lighting, humidity, staging etc. I just luv that it can truly pop up anywhere and the art theme is eclectic!

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