World Class Street Art Museum
The Wynwood section of Miami was farmland in the early 1900s which evolved into a working-class neighborhood, industrial area, fashion district, immigrant neighborhood and is now in the process of gentrification.
In 1987, an empty factory building became Florida’s largest working artists' space which still operates today and was an inspiration to Goldman Properties to invest in Wynwood. Goldman Properties started a free open-air gallery of urban art called Wynwood Walls. The neighborhood has a monthly art tour called Wynwood Art Walk. The following photos are of the murals, the neighborhood and one painting from the gallery at the Wall. There are a couple of random photos at the end.
|Metal sculpture-foreground, wall art-background|
|George with a |
|Restaurant where we had lunch |
with bike rentals outside
|Inside lunch restaurant|
|George looking at |
his new bird book
|This is for people who made it through all the photos...|
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