Street Murals by Ashli Sisk seen at 601 West 149th Street, New York - Black-chinned Hummingbird

Black-chinned Hummingbird

At 601 West 149th Street, a mural of a flock of Black-chinned Hummingbirds can be found. Created by New York City-based artist Ashli Sisk, the hummingbirds fly beside a beautiful garden of flowers, like roses, orchids, and more. The colors pop because of its dark background.

Meet the Creator

"Ashli is a recent transplant to New York City from San Francisco. Her background is in anthropology and metaphysics, and veterinary medicine. She has exhibited in San Francisco, New Jersey, New York, Brooklyn, and London. Recently, she has been working on The Odd Toe and Horn Project, which is largely concerned with Sumatran Rhinos and the rainforests in which they live. She received her bachelor’s degree from the San Francisco Art Institute, where she earned The Partnership Scholarship, The Ivan Majdrakoff grant, and the Gamblin Paint Prize. In 2013 she completed a six-month residency at Brooklyn Art Space."

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