Groundswell Artist

Cara Earl

Artwork contributor


  • Project | 2005

    Roots and Wings

    Roots and Wings incorporates suggestion from the Wyckoff Gardens community, which spoke of four critical themes that they wanted the mural to address: Unity, Family, Employment, and Education.
  • Project | 2005

    The Higher We Climb

    The Higher We Climb was created through Groundswells Voices Herd Visionaries program for young women. From looking at this history, the young women examined the role of women in today's society, with a focus on the ongoing need to challenge and overcome continued discrimination and violence towards women.
  • Project | 2005

    Train to Read

    Groundswell's Teen Empowerment Mural Apprenticeship (TEMA) afterschool program partnered with Wyckoff Gardens to create "Train to Read,” a mural that wraps around the Center’s entire literacy room.
  • Project | 2006

    Yesterday I Dared to Struggle. Today I Dare To Win

    The diverse community living on Graham Avenue, known locally as Avenue of Puerto Rico, is comprised of Latino, African American, and Caribbean peoples. “Yesterday I Dared to Struggle. Today I Dare To Win,” created through Groundswell’s Voices Her’d Visionaries program, represents this community in four sections.
  • Project | 2007

    Hunger for Knowledge

    Groundswell partnered with students at the High School for Leadership and Public Service to produce two banners for the schools lobby. The youth muralists developed themes that they felt illustrated the unique qualities of their education