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PHOTOS: Public art in downtown Buffalo
Ashley Kay completed this mural, lining both side of the tunnel at the base of the Seneca One Tower.
Herve Tullet completed this mural at 847 Main Street as part of the Albright-Knox Public Art Initiative.
This Albright-Knox project by Edreys Wajed and Yames called Love Black was completed at the back of the Say Yes Buffalo building at 712 Main Street.
A mural by the team of Jessie and Katey on the north wall of Shea’s 710 Theatre, at 710 Main Street. It runs along Tupper Street.
Felipe Pantone's piece, sponsored by Albright-Knox, can be found in the back of the Town Ballroom on Washington Street.
This 2019 piece by world-renowned artist Logan Hicks is composed of five layers and more than 500 individual stencils.
There’s no missing this mural by Julia Bottoms as you head east on Broadway, away from downtown, at The Forge. This was completed in 2020.
Golden Hour by John Kristofoletti was done for the Albright-Knox Public Art Initiative in 2021 at 201 Ellicott.
A mural by Louise Jones, who also goes by OUIZI, in downtown Buffalo that's 80 feet tall and 160 feet wide.
The Works, from Home project by Albright-Knox includes works from 16 different artists at 43 West Chippewa Street.
Biondo Art completed these murals at Goldwynn Apartments, at 49 Johnson Park, in the fall of 2020.
Creativity adorns the front and side of a location that's on the list National Register of Historic Places.
Art on the south side of Buffalo Proper.
A collaborative effort by Matt Groat, Chuck Tingley and Max Collins can seen while walking along Main Street.
Matt Groat, Chuck Tingley and Max Collins teamed up for this downtown Buffalo creation in 2012.
This art at 73 Cherry Street can be seen going outbound on the 33.
This mural of James Joyce can be found at 181 Franklin Street in downtown Buffalo.
Art found in a parking lot in Buffalo's Theater District.
Shooting stars can be spotted in a parking lot in Buffalo's Theater District.
Look up, or you might miss it at the north end of Buffalo's Theater District.
This can be found on the east side of the Western New York Book Arts Center.
A mural on the Blosson Street side of Big Ditch Brewing Company.
This art went up at 33 Ash Street during the summer of 2019.
Zach Case completed the Wing Wings mural at Pearl Street Grill & Brewery, at 76 Pearl Street, in the summer of 2020.
A Buffalo masterpiece. Free tours are available during most business days.
A view outside Buffalo City Hall.
This mural near Washington Square Bar & Grill, north of Sahlen Field, was completed by eight artists in the summer of 2021.
Fresh paint went up during the Allentown Art Festival in 2019.
A classic ad in the Buffalo Theater District.
This mural is found on the north side of the Crowley Webb building on Main Street.
This powerful sculpture by Timothy P. Schmalz is found at a downtown bus stop.
This piece by William Koch pays tribute to southpaw and former Buffalo Mayor James D. Griffin. His right foot is off the ground.
A ton of adorable faces grace the front of a downtown Buffalo animal hospital.
Art by Taka Sudo brings attention to the rear entrance of Misuta Chows.
Ashley Kay created this coronavirus-inspired piece in the summer of 2020. It can be found on the west side of Bacchus Wine Bar & Restaurant at 56 West Chippewa Street.
A mural on the side of Bacchus Wine Bar & Restaurant in downtown Buffalo.
A classic ad in downtown Buffalo.
The ad is found on the west side of the building. The shop has since moved to North Tonawanda.
A mural on the north side of Lucky Day Whiskey Bar on Pearl Street.
A classic ad spotted during a walk in the Buffalo Theater District.
This art by Sarah Fonzi can be found at 149 Swan Street.
Look up while going north on Washington Street to see that smiling face.
It's faded, but Chow Monstro's art is still visible while walking along Main Street in downtown Buffalo.
Chow Monstro's art can be seen while walking along Main Street in downtown Buffalo.
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