2017 Via Colori Recap

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rms bazaar cover image ig22By Robyn Alright

Via Colori is an annual street art festival that benefits the Center for Hearing and Speech. In the heart of Houston, TX, ordinary city streets are converted into canvases. Over 200 artist released their creativity directly onto the concrete roads that surround City Hall. For two days, the artists endured chilly November weather to create heartwarming images.

  • Artist Claudia Colmenares, Photographer Robyn Alright
  • Artist Ivan Garcia, Photographer Robyn Alright
  • Artist Dezmon Williams, Photographer Robyn Alright
  • Artist Mathieu Jn Baptiste, Photographer Robyn Alright
  • Artist Geremi Alvarez, Photographer Robyn Alright
  • Artist Marcos Hernandez, Photographer Robyn Alright
  • Artist Anat Ronen, Photographer Robyn Alright
  • Artist Lizette Galvan Portillo, Photographer Robyn Alright
  • Artist Craig Carter, Photographer Robyn Alright
  • Artist Margarita Botello, Photographer Robyn Alright
  • Artist Luis Castillo, Photographer Robyn Alright
  • Artist Jennifer Lang, Photographer Robyn Alright

Place arrow over image to see artist name. Photography by Robyn Alright.

This year, The Center for Hearing and Speech is celebrating 70 years of assisting children with hearing loss. Via Colori raised over $400,000 for the organization. It was a wonderful event and a great way to celebrate 70 years of service from The Center for Hearing and Speech.

 

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Rocky Mae Art

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Artwork on the side of Natural Resources Salon in Houston, TX. Photographer: Robyn Alright

Introducing a new segment of  Rocky Mae Style that highlights the work of talented urban artist. Stay tuned for more fascinating art work.

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