UrbanArt isn't a unique term by any means - there is ample reference to it on the web and in literature. My take on it is showing the intended and unintended beauty of the urban landscape. There is art everywhere - colors and shapes, light and shadow - it is the people and the structures or simply a string of lights or wires across a gleaming mirrored building. These are the constructs that make up the endless canvas of UrbanArt.
This series illustrates parts of National Mall, Washington Monument and West Potomac Park, Chinatown, and Columbus Circle NE to Mt Vernon Square NW areas.
Marlborough Street Magnificence Published May 30, 2011
villagio di bambina Published April 15, 2010
Lighting It Up Published January 22, 2010
A Green Roof in Philadelphia Published December 01, 2009