There's a link from the end of that post to show murals on the closed window shutter… but somehow we never posted photos of the other side of the building. Luckily, the Cactus Catz blog has many more photos in the September 26, 2018 entry: Wordless Wednesday : Hippie Gypsy.
It's an interesting blog with a Tucson flavor. Have a look!
I've added a new and better way to search for murals. If you're trying to find a mural, look for “Search this blog” near the top right corner of any blog page. You can type a street address, artist name, or whatever.
The building on 6th Avenue, not far north of 22nd Street, has had wild murals for years. For instance, you can see the same monstrous face back in 2014 in our Tucson Murals Project blog entry …and the south side.
I found this very interesting house in South Tucson on Jan. 15, 2019. The house is at the SW intersection of S. 10th Ave. and W. 25th St. The north side of the house and fence are seen from W. 25th St.
1540 S. 10th Ave.
Click on the photo for a larger and sharper image.
“A mural titled "Sonora" on the side of the Historic Y building at 300 E. University Blvd. was completed on December 18, 2018. Karlito Miller Espinosa aka Mata Ruda, the artist, teaches an illustration class in the school of art at the University of Arizona. With the help of two of his students, Analaura Villegas and Brisa Tzintzun, he completed the commissioned mural within a week. Espinosa says the mural is a quilt of images that represent some of the different organizations that have offices in the building”
Jerry Peek's images are public-domain. For non-profit use, he'd appreciate a mention of his name and JerryPeek.com. For profit, please ask first from the TucsonArt.info contact form; give the title of the blog entry, which image, and what you'd like to do.
For full-size versions of these shrunken photos — for instance, to print in a magazine — Jerry has them.
(Jerry is a volunteer who loves to show you murals, and your kindness will help him go on.) Thanks for reading!