Twelve murals from renowned international artists are making a big splash throughout downtown New Rochelle, the latest example of our city’s commitment to great public art.  Produced by Street Art for Mankind, spearheaded by the leadership of the New Rochelle Council on the Arts, and with funding from the New Rochelle IDA and ArtsWestchester, these murals join eight others that were created in 2019.  Together, they have a powerful positive impact on our downtown streetscape and mark New Rochelle as a community that celebrates creative talent.  Take a look for yourself at the locations below.  And thank you to the individuals and organizations that made this fantastic work possible.

Radisson Hotel: “Dancing Queen“ by Vinie Graffiti

13-15 River Street: “Unidad” by AdryDel Rocio

New Roc City Plaza: King Kong by Carlos Alberto (interactive 3-D “selfie”)

Train Station/Bridge over I95: Water Sports by Carlos Alberto (interactive 3-D “selfie”)

Westchester County Family Court/34 Garden Street: Flowers by Carlos Alberto

Library Parking Lot/1 Memorial Highway: “New Ro Strong” by Dragon 76

25 LeRoy/Davenport Lofts: Protecting Our Oceans by Louis Masai

111 Centre Avenue/Modera: People and Places by Cristian Blanxer

347 Huguenot Street: Abstraction based on Rockwell’s “Girl in the Mirror” by Belin

365 Huguenot Street/Storage Post: “Always on the Move” by TelmoMiel

164 Union Avenue: Blue Collar Workers Who Built New Rochelle by Loic Ercolessi

210 Union Avenue: “Mexican Community” by Carlos Alberto