We Shape Our Cities by Chasing Art

Photo © Rebecca Budd

Rebecca Budd of Chasing Art did a most fab post on the Street Art of Granville Island, Vancouver.

You’ve got to check it out! Just click on https://chasingart.com/2018/06/11/we-shape-our-cities/ or on the pic below!

Photo © Rebecca Budd

✨✨ Thank you Rebecca! ✨✨

31 thoughts on “We Shape Our Cities by Chasing Art

    1. Ah, art!!! Ahhhhhhh street art!
      Rebecca left me a fab quote from Picasso: As Pablo Picasso once said: “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” xx

    1. It’s been awhile for me, too! Canada is a huge country. I have family in Winnipeg, so I make it there. After that it’s a lot easier to go to Montreal, or the Maritimes or NYC, or Miami. It’s easy to get entrenched out here in the east.

  1. Thank you so much for the shout-out Resa. Granville Island continues to thrive with creative energy. This year, the Vancouver Mural Festival has graced the walls of a parkade and turned it into an extraordinary art gallery. I am grateful to artists who give life to buildings. As Pablo Picasso once said: “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” Your blog has given me a new appreciation for mural artists. Thank you!! Hugs coming your way.

    1. Yay!!! I’m so happy you like the shout out! The mural festival sounds awesome! Parkades are very popular mural places here. Of course there will be cars parked when you want to take pics. Just work around the cars, and get some amazing art reflection shots in the cars. Shiny clean black cars are the best, but not always! Sending hugs back to you!
      PS The Picasso quote is wonderful! Thank you!

    1. You’re welcome, Sue. I’ll be by soon, from my Art Gowns blog. I’m logging out of here shortly, and head over there. I did a new Art Gown, so it’s been busy over there! ❤

  2. Very good for Rebecca, my congratulations!!
    In addition to a lovely woman, she is an excellent blogger for a long time … and a great lover of art in all its expressions.
    Thanks for sharing it.

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