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Destination: Points Unknown | Murals by Amy Cheng
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Image credit: Janet Zweig, Amy Cheng, Francine Sanders
Destination: Points Unknown | Murals by Amy Cheng
Destination: Points Unknown | Murals by Amy Cheng
Destination: Points Unknown | Murals by Amy Cheng
Destination: Points Unknown | Murals by Amy Cheng
Destination: Points Unknown | Murals by Amy Cheng
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Destination: Points Unknown | Murals by Amy Cheng

Destination: Points Unknown - Murals

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Destination: Points Unknown is a 6-ft by 40-ft hand-painted ceramic tile mural installed on the lower level of Howard Street El Station in Chicago, IL. With its detailed decorative elements, suggestions of volume and shadow, intense colors, and interior light effects, Destination: Points Unknown evokes the drama and mystery of travel and offers a heightened visual metaphor for the function of Howard St. Station as a point of transfer for several train and bus lines.

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Item Destination: Points Unknown
Created by Amy Cheng
As seen in Howard Street, Chicago, IL
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Amy Cheng
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Wescover creator since 2017
Amy Cheng has a dual career as a studio painter and a designer of public art. She is known for her sumptuous, intricate, ornamented and richly referential paintings. Her work fuses pictorial language from three different visual languages and traditions - Eastern, Middle Eastern and Western. Her public art commissions are recognized for being joyful, colorful, lively and elegant. Some of her work is abstract but referential, and some include images in the form of line drawings, silhouettes, and photographic renderings.

She was born in Taiwan, and grew up in Brazil, Oklahoma, and Texas. She has a BFA in Painting from the University of Texas at Austin, and an MFA in Painting from Hunter College, City University of New York. She lives in New York’s Mid Hudson Valley and is a Professor at the State University of New York at New Paltz.