Join us as we celebrate the completion of the mural on The Fish Place by Team Razor Wire on Saturday, October 28 from 3-5:30pm.
Families are welcome to stop by to see the mural and meet the artists. We will have music, refreshments and activities for kids available in the parking lot behind The Fish Place on the Oliver Street side. Free admission.
About the mural:
The mural was brought to The Fish Place by Natalie Brown from the Project 308 Gallery. Local community members donated funds to support the new initiative to bring art to the nieghborhood. The artists started and completed the mural in October bringing a fresh work of art to the corner of Oliver and Robinson Street.
More about the artists:
Team Razor Wire is a joining of forces between artists Nicholas Miller and Christopher Kameck, who have the common goal of creating lasting and impactful public art. Established in 2015 while painting “The Worker” mural in the Old First Ward in Buffalo, the collective has contributed to the cultural landscape of Buffalo with several projects dotted across the city.
Miller’s style is based in hard-edged geometric abstraction, focusing on the dynamic balance of line and color that culls inspiration from streamlined minimalist graphics found throughout popular culture. Kameck’s practice is photographic and assemblage-based — focusing on scenes from the everyday with a specific post-industrial twist. Their work becomes artistic interventions that enhance the community.
Thank you to our sponsors and community supporters:
Alderwoman Donna Braun
Law Office of Luke Brown, LLC
J Phrank Collective
Oliver Street Merchants Assocation
Project 308 Gallery
We hope you take the time to stop by and say hi during our mural celebration!