Street Art Revolution

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Our 'revolution', is to put a spotlight on local artist whilst providing the community with an authentic slice of West Palm Beach culture.

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The term "Street Art" is defined as 'art created in public venues outside of traditionally sanctioned art galleries'. It is derived from the hip-hop and graffiti culture of the 1970's and 80's and was used to express the realities of everyday life. The art form was originally considered counter culture and was not always welcomed, as it was the antithesis to what was being seen in traditional galleries. However, non-traditional yet talented artists turned walls into canvas and spray cans into paintbrushes. While this art form has since become more mainstream and acceptable and can now actually be found in certain galleries, it still tends to 'shake up' the 'status quo'. The term 'revolution' means 'the sudden and radical change in a system or state of affairs.'

Mission Statement

Our 'revolution', is to change the paradigm of what is considered art in this community. Beauty comes in many different forms and uses endless mediums. Our goal is to eradicate the misconception that 'street art' is bad by exposing new viewers to the varied gifted artists that this city envelops. It is this combined dynamic that caused us to choose the name 'Street Art Revolution'. Some of the most prolific artists in Palm Beach County will not be found in upscale galleries so to make their voices heard they seek to turn bland local walls into entrancing masterpieces. Our mission is to give them both a platform and an audience  

The term "Street Art" is defined as 'art created in public venues outside of traditionally sanctioned art galleries creating a canvas with a true sense of place 


Our Vendors
Home Depot , Lowes, Jerry's Artarama, and  Benjamin Moore 

Public Art Projects 

"Thank you for making our neighborhood beautiful "-- Community Member 

Street Art RevolutionKaleidoscope on the Square Northwood  Village 

Kaleidoscope on the Square is a 330 ft  fiber  public art  installation  on a fence surrounding the old gas station on the corner of Broadway and Northwood Road.  Because the land has to go through a fuel detoxification procedure before the land can be redeveloped, the WPB CRA wanted to use the space creatively and turn the gas station into an art installation. Street Art Revolution artist Eduardo Mendieta, Dahlia Perryman and Caron Bowman,  transformed the fence into a colorful woven geometric pattern that shows how diverse elements become one "a kaleidoscope of color", much like the community. Each colorful thread, represents the energy, spirit and creativity of the community. “Kaleidoscope on the Square” will be on display for a year when it will be replaced with a new art exhibit for the public to enjoy.   The project was sponsored by the West Palm Beach CRA .

Downtown West Palm Beach Mural Program

The program invites one or two local artists per season according to wall availability. In partnership with governmental agencies, the private sector , and  community stakeholders, each mural project will integrate programming with other artistic disciplines (such as poetry, music, theater, and fashion).

We make the process of  commissioning a mural simpler for property owners

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Integrating Disciplines 

The unveiling of each new mural should soon become a happening that draws people from all over the Palm Beach County, creating 'buzz and anticipation'. These unveilings may coincide with family-friendly performances of local singers, bands, dance troupes, musicians etc. 

Life is marked by community moments, gatherings, events, happenings…art  activity can be integrated, and part of that equation. Not segregated.”

Gerald Mead - Public Arts Commission.

Community Curator 

The program is facilitated and developed by a community curato. The curator’s primary role is to facilitate all aspects of the program. The curator  works to forge partnerships with a wide variety of artists and local business partners. Moreover, the curator seeks new and unusual opportunities .  The program works with  business owners, governmental  agencies   to utilize more vacant walls for art.

Street Art Revolution Murals

"Our murals have positive economic impact for businesses in the surrounding areas  by acting as a draw to consumers. " 

The Jam

Street Art Revolution: The Jam immortalizes 5 musical giants that have passed away, Prince, David Bowie, Bob Marley, MCA, and  Kurt Cobain. These  musicians penetrated culture beyond music, inspiring artist of all disciplines   and thus becoming cultural icons. The idea for the Mural Jam  is the brainchild of Anthony Hernandez and Eduardo Mendieta Street Art Revolution Collective artists. All five artists  (Anthony Hernandez, Eduardo Mendieta, Bulks, Paul Hughes  and Mayling Pao)combined styles and work practices to create the  portraits for the mural using both spray paint and hand brushwork.

Letting Go

Bulks and Mayling Pao. The mural is called “Letting Go” depicts two female figures: one releasing a dove, from the tangled strands of her hair. This is the visual representation of letting go of our everyday struggles. The second figure is a celestial being creating the day and night while resting on the mountain. The mural’s unveiling will be marked by the performance of 29 bands to celebrate the 29th anniversary of the Respectables Nightclub on September 10th.

Infinite Spirit Mural 

Agata Ren and Steve Brouse's Collaboration, which combines Ren's portrayal of the now extinct Florida Dusky Seaside Sparrow and Steve's whimsical and playful art, conveys the urgent message that our right for "the pursuit of happiness" and to be able to sustain a good quality of life, is intrinsically connected to a healthy natural environment and to how well we respect and protect all its living forms.

Agata Ren

Award winning artist Agata Ren graduated in 2005 from the University of Applied Sciences, Dusseldorf with a German University degree equivalent to that of a U.S. Master degree. There she studied Art, Photography, Design, Illustration and Film for 6 years. Before settling in Boca Raton, Florida in 2009, she traveled the world while photographing and painting.Her artwork was exhibited in numerous shows in different countries. She was commissioned by the City of Pompano to paint a sculpture and has murals in Broward and Palm Beach county.Her artwork is in private collections in Germany, Israel, Poland and the USA. In her studio, Agata is currently working on her newest art collection depicting endangered and extinct species. 

Steve Brouse

I paint  to explore my  inner sanctity. Although I don't live the simple go easy appeal of my paintings I seek it. The experiences I choose to encounter are whimsical yet strange due to an outcome of wonder. They are detailed and preciseness driven. Take your time, look, and feel the absurdities that our lives provide. The ones that make us smile...” Steve has his studio at Lot 23 in the city of West Palm Beach. He graduated with a degree in Art Education from the State University College at Buffalo, NY .

Street Art Revolution Collective Artist  

Eduardo Mendieta

Muralist and Public Artist

Originally from Union City, New Jersey, Eduardo Mendieta has been living in West Palm Beach, FL for the last 20 years.  He has  shown his artwork in various locations throughout the  United States including:  Super Bowl  46 XLVI: Indianapolis Mural Project, Florida Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale, and Art Palm Beach Fair


Anthony Hernandez

Muralist  and Public Artist

Anthony Hernandez was born in Havana Cuba. His love and passion for art influenced his life as a young child. Anthony was fascinated by works of artists from his birthplace including Amelia Pelaez, Mario Carreno and Rene Portocarreo. At the age of 12, he immigrated to Chicago and now resides in Palm Beach County, Florida. His work is predominantly is the medium of oil and acrylic paintings on canvas and murals.

Caron Bowman

Visual Artist , Curator

Caron Bowman is a multi-disciplined artist and her work spans many techniques. Rapper Kendrick Lamar in association with Creative Allies showcased her artwork in NYC at the Galapagos Art Space. She emerged as a semi-finalist for the 2012 Beck’s Green Box augmented reality series – which featured the best emerging artists around the globe. In addition to other honors, she has also been profiled by Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series, The American Latino Museum, the 2015 and 2013 Los Angeles African American Heritage Guide,, fashion photographer Nick Knight’s – SHOWstudio, and the Tom Joyner Foundation.

Dalhia Perryman

Visual Artist and Muralist , Co-Curator

Dalhia Perryman is an activist, an internationally shown and nationally sold multidisciplinary artist, grant winner, orator and intellectual. She holds memberships in American Mensa and the International High IQ Society and has shown work on the show CBS Sunday morning. She was published in the African American National Biography, the largest scholarly reference on blacks of the diaspora in the world and has contributed 5600 lifetime hours of community service including rebuilding homes in St Bernard Parrish, Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina. She most recently became a contender for a Guinness World Record with an international panel of artists for completing the largest street painting in the world .


Jeri Muoio
City of West Palm Beach