Street Art Revolution

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About Us

Street Art Revolution is a Black owned public art company initiated in 2011. In 2017, it was officially recognized by the State of Florida as a Limited Liability Corporation. Its purpose is to highlight the beauty of innovative works created by our talented homegrown professional artists. The organization is a certified Palm Beach County s/mwbe (small, minority and women owned business enterprise) in the areas of public art, sculpture, mosaics, and murals. The group has received local, state, and national,  awards for its work, and extensive press.


Caron Bowman, the founder and owner saw a need for culturally relevant public art. Ms. Bowman is the owner of Street Art Revolution LLC . As a certified educator, historian and artist.  She has been commissioned by governmental, corporate, public and private clientele and was shortlisted for the national Jorge and Darlene Perez Prize in Public Art and Civic Design for her curation and collective artistic works in Riviera Beach.


She has more than 10 years of experience as a public artist. Street Art Revolution is a tightly knit, local, innovative community - oriented company heralded for our work ethic, attention to detail, ability to finish on time (and often ahead of time), on budget and to a stringent high standard of excellence. 

Our Team Skills

  • Creating public art for clients
  • Murals
  • Large-scale painting  
  • Advising clients on design factors such as space planning, layout, and color coordination.
  • Inspect construction work on-site to ensure its adherence to the design    plans.
  • Drawing detailed and technical illustrations.
  • Designing   distinctive three-dimensional artworks
  • Collaborating with vendors to determine technical details of productions.
  • Fabricating 3 dimensional designs
  • Creating artistic signage
  • Formulated layouts design, presentation approach, and specify material details
  • Manage accounts and projects, working within budget and scheduling requirements.
  • Conferring with department heads to discuss client requirements and to coordinate creative activities.
  • Creating final layouts to clients
  • Designing plans to be safe and to be compliant with the American Disabilities Act (ADA).
  • Reviewing art materials
  • Curation 
  • Collaborated with others to determine technical details of productions.
  • Knowledge of design techniques and tools involved in the production of plans, and models.
  • Unifying design plans
  • Creating culturally sensitive public art

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