The murals popping up around downtown aren’t just beautiful. They’re meaningful.
They allow for voices to be heard. They raise up the artists who create them and the community who passes them on the street. They change not only our physical view but our mental view as well.
Art, in all of its forms, has the power to move people, to move their hearts towards change. Artists across the city are have been creating stunning murals throughout the protests, facilitated by the Greater Columbus Arts Council. Here are just some of the artists behind the murals who you should definitely be following on Instagram.
Lisa McLymont | @lisamclymont
Wil Wong Yee | @wilwongyee
Bryant Anthony | @bee1ne_
Amy Haggard | @amythemakist
Sarah Hout | @sarahthehout
Lauren Ashleigh | @laurenashleighb
Allen Watkins | @amwprints
Stephanie Rond | @stephanierond
Brisa Reyes | @brisa_naomi131
Nicholas Schukay | @schukayartistry
Francesca Miller | @_callmefree
Zachary Ros | @mrzacros
Brendan Spivey | @abstractionbybrenden
April Sunami | @ajsunami
Hakim Callwood | @hakimartnstuff
Bryan Moss | @strangethingsmoss
D. B. Demented | @d.b._demented4
Derrick Callender II | @derrickcan.draw
Jen Wrubleski | @wrubles
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