Street Murals by Carrie Marill seen at 2nd Street and Roosevelt, Downtown Phoenix, Phoenix - The Bicycle Mural
Street Murals by Carrie Marill seen at 2nd Street and Roosevelt, Downtown Phoenix, Phoenix - The Bicycle Mural
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The Bicycle Mural

The Bicycle Mural on 2nd Street and Roosevelt in Downtown Phoenix by Carrie Marill was originally painted in 2012 as a group partnership with Hands on Greater Phoenix. The mural was inspired by the late artist Margaret Killgallen and a mural she had done (hence demolished in the basement of LACMA after the parking structure was remodeled). The mural is an homage not only to Margaret but also to the flower distribution business it was painted on and the burgeoning bicycle culture in AZ along with the Burton Barr library and the food culture of Downtown Phoenix.

Meet the Creator

"Carrie Marill was born in San Francisco, CA 1976. She graduated from San Francisco State University in 2002 with a BA in Painting and received an MFA in Painting from Cornell University in 2004. Her work has been exhibited throughout the United States in California, New York, Seattle, Miami, Dallas, and Arizona. Marill’s work has been published in New American Paintings, Wired Magazine, Southwest Art, The New Times, The Wall Street Journal, Modern Painters, LA Weekly and the LA Times. Her work is in the collection of Todd Oldham, Angela Missoni, Megan Mullally, Donna & Howard Stone, Disney, The Hallmark Collection and many other exciting collectors. In addition to continual exhibitions, Marill’s practice includes developing large-scale outdoor murals, and helping to run Combine Studios a residency program for international artists in downtown Phoenix."

Available for commission/custom work