This slideshow documents the progression of the mural project from the beginning and will update throughout completion. Read more about the Constellation Studios mural below to learn more.
the constellation studios mural
The Constellation Studios Mural is a major artwork designed and painted by Karen Kunc with teams of students and volunteers. It is an imaginative nature-based abstraction of flowing transitions from watery pools – with her Blue Heron Press logo – to entwined plants, to symbols of galaxies and planets, to constructivist op-art geometric forms, to expanding clouds, radiating star clusters, and a cloud bubble filled with text-like calligraphy, all culminating with a large symbolic multi-branching tree. These themes reference the natural environment, organic vs. geometric interplay, micro- to macrocosmic perspectives, inter-dependence of creative imagination in art and science that celebrates the patterns of life.
WallWorks is an curated program of ongoing temporary street art installations within designated areas on the east façade, incorporated within the mural. Invited artists can envision and create “pop-up” art actions, such as stenciling, wall painting, wheat pasting.
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