If you have been to the City of Rochester in the last few years, you may have noticed some giant wall art therapy. Taking a modern and beautiful twist to graffiti on blank walls. As most art is, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and thus, not everyone will appreciate all art. But these works are done with the permission of the building owner.
It looks like the new owners of the Chili Paul Plaza (soon to have a new name by the way) have taken a page out of the city’s playbook. This one of two examples on otherwise boring white walls in the plaza. I happen to like them both, and it probably a good way to introduce kids to art on a bigger scale. I am glad the new owners are doing so much work to the center of our town.