The Avenue Concept: POV: VOTE Mural

Give your attention to the finer points of a single public artwork in this POV (Point of View) tour experience from The Avenue Concept

The Avenue Concept: POV: VOTE Mural

Providence, Rhode Island 02906, United States

Created By: The Avenue Concept

Tour Information

There are so many fantastic installations of public art in our community, but how often do you sit and really look at a single artwork? Our POV (Point of View) tour experiences encourage more direct consideration of single pieces of public art. Take the time to look closely and unlock new ways of seeing artwork that you may pass by every day.

POV (Point of View) Tour: VOTE Mural

This tour can either be taken on-site in front of the artwork or at home from your phone.

From your phone: if you would like to get a closeup of the various aspects of the artwork, click through the "points of interest" to see the work more clearly.

On-site: Find a spot where you would like to sit or stand to get a good look at the mural. You need not remain in that spot but should take the opportunity to look at the mural up close, from right and left, from far away to get different perspectives on the work. Inspect the mural as you would any piece of art, look at all elements of the overall shape, what the mural is meant to communicate, and what makes it different from other murals in town.

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What You'll See on the Tour

Let's get started! This mural was created by four BIPOC artists: Kendel Joseph (aka Lucid Traveler), Jess Brown (aka The Lady J), Angela Gonzalez (aka AGONZA) and ABOVE, who all answered the question, “What does voting mean to you?”. We... Read more
V: Artist:  Kendel Joseph @lucidtraveler_art Note the technique - the way the artist paints and the materials that they use -  that Kendel uses in this work. How would you describe it? How do you think his technique may have differed fro... Read more
O: Artist: Jess Brown  @theladyjbrown What elements in this letter most stand out and why? What do you think the colors and graphic design details in the “O” represent? The Lady J mixes historic elements with modern technology in this... Read more
T: Artist: AGONZA  @agonzaart Like The Lady J, AGONZA breaks the frame of the ‘T’ by adding the elements of the butterflies into the front of the piece, while the person in the portrait seems to peer from behind. How is this different... Read more
E: Artist: ABOVE  @upsiempre Look at the elements of ABOVE’s work. While it seems like ABOVE doesn’t show a human form, if you look closely you may be surprised. In his work, what does ABOVE impart about being human? What do you notic... Read more


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