Street Murals by Nancy Saleme seen at 39th and 41st Street, New York - Ararauna
Street Murals by Nancy Saleme seen at 39th and 41st Street, New York - AraraunaStreet Murals by Nancy Saleme seen at 39th and 41st Street, New York - AraraunaStreet Murals by Nancy Saleme seen at 39th and 41st Street, New York - Ararauna
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39th and 41st Street, New York, NY
Patricia Cazorla and Nancy Saleme drew inspiration from their native Venezuela to create the Ararauna art walk project. The piece is named for the South American parrots that were mysteriously introduced into the city of Caracas in the 1990s, and, against all odds, have managed to thrive in the urban center. Using a color palette selected from nature to depict soothing silhouettes of tropical flora and fauna among Caribbean Sea waves, this contemplative piece creates a space for meditation and reflection, and brings a message of environmental awareness and hope to the Urban Garden.

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