Catching up on Buffalo’s mural scene, today we’re featuring a completed work by Augustina Droze, who was one of the first local artists to participate in Buffalo’s burgeoning mural movement. Droze, whose epic work – Legacy Mural – spans 365 feet, has now completed her latest work at 2301 Main Street.
“I have been working on kaleidoscope-like designs using taxidermy,” said Droze. “I am playing with nature’s geometry in my current series, using dead specimens to create decorative motifs and mandala-like imagery.”
This mural is a welcome addition to this stretch of Main Street, which is also home to Main Street Sidewalks.
You can learn more about Droze and her kaleidoscope mural, by visiting The AK’s website.
American, born 1981
Green Kaleidoscope | 2019
Commissioned by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery Public Art Initiative, 2019
Photo by Laurie Ousley