This former Masonic Hall building, located at 115 College Avenue in Somerville, has been converted into a “Temple of Art”. Here we have several photos of the exterior facade; photos from inside to follow here sometime in the coming year.
More art from inside the building can be viewed on the MOMR website: Museum of Modern Renaissance Art Gallery.
On a beautiful Saturday morning in November 2016, a group of artists gather in Cambridge’s Graffiti Alley to put up a large unity-themed mural. This was the centerpiece for the mural that covered almost the entire length of the alley.
A black backdrop was thrown up over existing tags before the artists got to work on the day’s project:
A bunch of artists showed up all at once on a beautiful day to collaborate on a full-wall mural collaboration in Cambridge’s graffiti alley. There were 8 different artists working all at once, including Merk Those (chibi-eye girl and toucan), Angelonce of LA (angry pink elephants), Ian Staber (calligraphy), and others who did not freely divulge their names.
Video panorama of the finished product, minus just a few minor finishing touches (everything shown here is fresh paint except the purple-haired lady by Merk Those at the very beginning of the clip):
More photos of the individual panels painted in this project in the Street Art section.
More street art from Modica Way and the Boston area in the Seen Around Boston Facebook group at https://facebook.com/groups/seenaroundboston. Join our group to post your own Boston photos or to enjoy the photos in your FB feed.