Hmmmm …. I wonder what these represent?
I still can’t tell what’s going on, but this is whimsical to me.
Even though it is difficult for me to apply meaning, I like this abstract design
Is this representing a bug or a fish?
But it connected to something.
Yet it all comes together forming Energy and Grace – after all, energy and momentum are connected.
When I first saw the ArtWorks mural, the abstract side of me liked it, but it doesn’t deliver the boldness that I also enjoy. I see fun, but it also bores me relatively quick. Yet, it served as ArtWorks first abstract mural.
Three reasons exist for Energy and Grace:
- Saluting the resurgence of the downtown neighborhood known as Over the Rhine (OTR)
- Celebrating the Art Academy of Cincinnati (AAC), which moved to OTR in 2005
- Honoring an internationally acclaimed local artist who is also a faculty member at AAC
ArtWorks and AAC collaborated in 2013 to transform one of Kim Krause’s paintings into this mural located at 16 E. 12th Street in downtown Cincinnati. Energy and Grace’s design displays energy and momentum in a fun and whimsical way.
Not long ago I introduced BLINK Cincinnati to readers. For BLINK, Brace Berlin (a production services company) transformed this mural with projection mapping into their version of Energy and Grace – and it is featured below in this 30-second promo for BLINK. Enjoy.
To see more of my posts about the murals of Cincinnati, click here.
To learn more about artist Kim Krause, click here to visit his site.
Thanks to Resa (Toronto’s leading lady) whose posts about street art in Toronto and Winnipeg, got me interested in outdoor art in my area. I invite readers to visit Resa’s blog (but tell her I sent you).