Groundswell Artist

Edwin Vazquez

Artwork contributor


  • Project | 2010

    This is Newark (South Ward)

    "This is Newark (South Ward)" was part of a larger initiative in which Groundswell worked with the City of Newark to train its artists, businesses, and community organizations in our unique collaborative model.
  • Project | 2009

    Bridging the Gap

    Bridging the Gap is a mural that highlights the importance of bridging the gap between community elders and youth as illustrated by different activities and services offered by Baileys Cafe.
  • Project | 2009

    Growth and Change

    "Growth and Change" is featured in the courtyard of MS 210 in Ozone Park, Queens. The mural was painted by fifty sixth and seventh grade Advanced Art students and spans 70 feet.
  • Project | 2009

    Peace and Freedom

    Peace and Freedom adds color and life to the walls of the community room at Claremont Neighborhood Center. This serene mural was created by formerly incarcerated Justice Corps youth.
  • Project | 2013

    Many Faces of Our Community

    During fall 2013, 5th grade students from PS 24 in Brooklyn came together with Groundswell to create 7 mini-murals that celebrate diversity within their community.
  • Project | 2014

    What You See is Not Who I Am

    Through this project, Groundswell partnered with ArtWorks for Freedom (AWFF), an innovative non-profit founded by award-winning photographer Kay Chernush, to create What You See Is Not Who I Am,...