Projects

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  • Kaleidoscope Dream

    Kaleidoscope Dream is a series of eight murals that honor the new industries and accompanying workforce that have revitalized the Brooklyn Navy Yard, including film, green manufacturing, farm...

  • The Peace of Womenkind

    Groundswell was commissioned by Montefiore Medical Center to engage young women residents of Horizons Juvenile Center in the creation of two new murals for the inside of two Montefiore OB/GYN clinics.

  • Mother of All

    “Mother of All” depicts a surrealist image of a reclining mother and baby. The mother’s braids and blanket transform into an undulating quilt-like landscape with trees, cities and rivers.

  • Community and Collaborations for Health

    “Community and Collaborations for Health” was created in partnership with the Mosholu Montefiore Community Center at PS 8. The mural is composed of a series of collaged images. At the center is a heart, framed by arms reaching out to the rest of the canvas.

  • Moving Together Towards a Healthy Bronx

    In 2012, Groundswell partnered with Montefiore Medical Center and its Office of Community Health and Wellness Healing Arts Program to create five beautiful murals celebrating the theme: visions of a health community.

  • The Bloom of a Healthy Community

    "The Bloom of a Healthy Community" depicts several vignettes of healthy activities supported by the branches of a massive tree. Vignettes include a man watering a community garden, children playing in safe, open spaces, and welcoming homes made of fruit.

  • Together We Build a Healthy Community

    The imagery for "Together We Build a Healthy Community" is composed of a father and son on the left side of the panel overlooking a scene filled with vibrant images of a healthy community. The entire panel is painted over a wash of bright colors, symbolizing positivity and optimism.

  • Plant the Seeds of a Healthy Community

    "Plant the Seeds of a Healthy Community” is one of five murals created in partnership with Unity Neighborhood Center. The painting is divided by a protective tree of Mother Nature.