Buenos Aires Myth’s-tress

This sweet bit of street art was sent in by Amalia aka Aquileana of La Audacia de Aquiles.

Photo © Amalia Pedemonte
Photo © Amalia Pedemonte – taken August 14, 2014

The woman with the wave could be a Nereid from Aquileana’s post “The Nereids, Fifty Sea Nymphs”

Reference: Old little Ticket Office  where train tickets were sold….It is still placed in front of the actual Tren de la costa Station. San Fernando Buenos Aires Argentina.”

photo © Amalia Pedemonte - taken June 20, 2015
photo © Amalia Pedemonte – taken June 20, 2015
Also from Amalia –
Reference: Inhabited house placed in Victoria. San Fernando Buenos Aires Argentina.”
photo © Amalia Pedemonte - taken June 20, 2015
photo © Amalia Pedemonte – taken June 20, 2015

 Pics taken by Amalia Pedemonte – 2014 & 2015

Buenos Aires, Argentina

THANK YOU AQUILEANA

photo © Amalia Pedemonte - taken June 20, 2015
photo © Amalia Pedemonte – taken June 20, 2015

24 thoughts on “Buenos Aires Myth’s-tress

  1. What a beautiful feature.. I love how it looks… These ones are more the amateur type of graffiti Art as you could have already noticed but I think they have their own charm and light…
    Very pleased to see this lovely post and I will add a spotlight on it in my upcoming post this week.
    Hugs and all my best wishes, dear Resa!🐼💕 Aquileana ⭐

    1. Aquileana!
      ⭐ I am so thrilled to have these pics of Street Art from Argentina on my blog!
      The beauty of street art is that the amateur (or Pro) has a place to showcase, and that the naive wins many hearts and minds.
      It’s hard to compare. It’s like Classical Music compared to Rock & Roll, or Rap.
      I prefer Rock music to Rap or Classical. No one can say one is the best. Each person can merely state which is their favorite.
      So it is in the streets that all artists may show what they can do, and all humanity may choose for themselves what moves them!
      Thank you so much for this gift!
      Resa xoxoxo ⭐

      1. I absolutely agree with you!… Hard to compare, different styles and I believe that they all have their unique own light!…. Hugs and thanks truly for sharing! Aquileana 😀

      1. The Argentine Queen of Greek Mythology, who has an italian last name and who might speak in English at times… How’s that?… Explain, please! LOL . Happy friday dear Resa, Aquileana 😀

    1. Yes, she has sent some wonderful pics!
      How’s that paint drop on the road coming along? ⭐ ⭐ ❤ ⭐ ⭐ xoxox ~#< #< ~~ ~~ ^$^ OH! & ~~~

      1. She did, didn’t she ?
        You’re not serious are you Resa ? The drop of paint maybe the start of something big 😉 lol
        ⭐ ⭐ ❤ ⭐ ⭐ xoxox ~#< #< ~~ ~~ ^$^ OH! & ~~~ Yes !

        1. “The drop of paint maybe the start of something big”… Yes. For instance, Picasso was not tidy at all and Miró drew like a kid… 😉 Thanks Ralph for your words above. Aquileana!

  2. Pingback: ►Mythology: “Asclepius, God of Medicine”/”Poem at @LapoesianomuerD”/”BA Myth’s-Tress at @resalis” | La Audacia de Aquiles

    1. Oh, thank you so much, Martina!
      I have been to S.A., but never to Argentina. I’m so fortunate that Aquileana submitted some pics.
      I am thrilled beyond words to be getting submissions from all over the world!
      If there is any street art in your hood, check out the submissions page on this blog!
      I’d love to feature any art &/or your photography here on GLaM!
      Sincerely,
      Resa

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