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I am pleased to announce that I have photographed all 50 Stomper statues throughout Oakland. I started out with just a handful, then 35 and then I attended an Oakland Aâ€™s game to capture the last two Stomperâ€™s located at Oakland Coliseum. Stomper is the mascot of the Oakland A’s. 50 Stomper statues were created […]
You know First Friday is tonight, right? Please plan on joining us at Warehouse 416 on Friday, February 2nd from 6 – 10pm as the Nvisible Atelier launches our month-long art exhibition in conjunction with the Art of Living Black 2018 Exhibition at the Richmond Art Center.
Dragonschool99 murals are some of my favorites amongst the many wonderfuls murals in Oakland. Dragon School’s purpose is to fill Chinatown and beyond with amazing murals. I think they are doing a fine job. I will be posting more of their murals. Follow me on Instagram to see more of my mural photographs.
Portrait of Derrick Hayes Artist: Troy Lovegates (Website | Instagram) Location: Oakland, CA I love music. I love muras. I will jump in my car and chase either of these magical art forms. A friend told me she saw this new mural during the Women’s March in Oakland last weekend. I had to go out […]
15th and Webster Streets Oakland, California August 2017
There isn’t much I can say that has not already been said about this natural wonder of the world. Enjoy!!!
Chapel of the Holy Cross – Sedona, Arizona This is one of the most amazing architectural works that I have seen. I did not get a chance to see the insides of the church but I must go back because it is definitely a treasure. Per Wikipedia: The chapel was inspired and commissioned by local […]