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Where to Find Breathtaking Murals and Street Art in Westchester

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A wealth of eye-popping public art has recently sprung up on Westchester walls. Ranging from developments in Yonkers to entire building facades in New Rochelle, these incredible murals are breathing new life into our region’s cultural framework.

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New Rochelle

Harmony by the Sea (2019)
Lula Goce, Street Art for Mankind
44 Fountain Pl
This downtown mural by Spanish contemporary artist Lula Goce investigates the interplay between hectic urban life and nature.

Photo courtesy of RXR

Yonkers

Sawyer Place Mural (2019)
Tony “Rubin” Sjoman
45 Main St
The sunset over the Hudson River and the distant Manhattan skyline were the inspiration for renowned artist Rubin Sjoman’s mural at RXR Realty’s new luxury apartment complex, Sawyer Place.

Photo by @_just_a_spectator

Mamaroneck

Diversity (2019)
Victor Ash, Street Art for Mankind
118 Mamaroneck Ave
A stunning black-and-white mural, Diversity pays tribute to generations of immigrants from several countries who have settled in Mamaroneck.

Photo by @_just_a_spectator

Mamaroneck

The Natives (2019)
Shalak Attack, Street Art for Mankind
658 Mamaroneck Ave
Famed artist Shalak Attack’s Mamaroneck mural explores the enduring legacy of the Hudson Valley’s Siwanoy tribe.

Photo courtesy of ArtsWestchester and LMC

White Plains

Arrows (2020)
Dan Carello
S Broadway, near Maple Ave
One of six murals from ArtsWestchester’s partnership with LMC, a Lennar Company, this brand-new work by Bronx artist Dan Carello seeks to depict the racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity of White Plains through various abstract forms.

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