Wall Therapy is now an annual event in Rochester New York. It started in 2012 with 11 street artists painting 16 different walls in the city. From their website, Wall Therapy is “a public community-level intervention using mural art as a vehicle to address our collective need for inspiration.” The Wall Therapy website also has a map of the locations of the murals. They are spread around the city. It is possible that some of these murals are not actually a part of the Wall Therapy project.
photos taken in June and September of 2015
below: ‘Anabel’ by Faring Purth, on 4th Street.
below: ‘Rhapsody’ by Faith47 with a close up of the skull below it. Pleasant Street.
below: Jimi Hendrix, by Ernest Shaw Jr., 2014, on King Street
below: ‘Untitled (Eagle and Wave), by DALeast, on West Main Street.
below: ‘Etty’ by Faring Purth, under the railway bridge at Brown and Silver Streets.
The bridge is in a dark spot and the mural is long. (4 photos)
below: `From the Ruins` by Mr. Prvt and Msshaftway on the side of Cook Iron Store, Andrews Street
below: I Got You, by Elicser, West Main and Canal
below: ‘Avery’ by Jarus, 2014, on Palmer Street (Fedder Industrial Park)
below: ‘The Red Dress’ by Jarus, Seward Street.
below: ‘Love is Sacrifice’ by Jeff Soto and Maxx242, at Rochester Public Market
below: `Martin Luther King’ by Case, on Park Avenue.
below: by Troy Lovegates, 2014, Fedder Industrial
below: by Conor Harrington, on the wall of Historic Houseparts, on South Ave.
On a photo of the original mural there was no red colour.
below: by Cern, 2012, Pennsylvania Ave.,
below: by David Walker, 2014, on Goodman St.
below: Untitled (Fish Market) by Alexis Diaz, West Main Street
below: Fox and Rabbit by Mr. Pvrt, 2013, on Comfort St.
below: Armand from House of Guitars, by John Perry, 2014, on Pennsylvania Ave.
below: Pixel Pancho, 2013
below: Sea Creature, by Bile, on the wall of Stanley Steemer, South Ave.
below: Mermaid, by Case, 2012, on Pennsylvania Ave.
below: by Liqen, 2012, on Pennsylvania Ave., by Public Market
below: by Mike Ming, South Ave. on the north side of Personal FX Hair Studio
below: by Sam Rodriguez, 2014, on Greenleaf St.
below: by Omen, on Greenleaf St.
below: by HowNosm, on Pitkin St. by Harts Local Grocers.
below: Understand, by Adam Francey, South Ave. on the south side of Personal FX Hair Studio
below: Discount Evolution by DALeast, 2012
below: by Omen, July 2014, on East Main St.
below: The World is Yours, by Queen Andrea, 2014, on Greenleaf St.
below: by Thievin’ Stephen, 2012, on Pennsylvania Ave.
below: `The Giant Storybook Project` by Herakut, Oct. 2012, on St. Paul Street
below: It rained the day that I was there and I didn’t realize that my pictures of this building were taken with raindrops on my camera lens.
below: A bear by Mr. Pvrt at Rochester Public Market
below: ‘Sleeping Bears’ by ROA, on St. Pauls Street,
below: Luong Mural by Addison Karl, 2014, on Palmer Street (Fedder Industrial Park)
below: Untitled (REXY) by St. Monci and Justyn Iannucci, behind 700 South Avenue.
below: ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ behind South Ave near Gregory (and next to the one pictured above).
below: The next four murals were on the side of the same building. I am fairly sure that it was at the end of Flint Street. It is definitely on the west side of the Genessee River by a street that dead ends at the Genessee Riverway Trail.
by LaShonda Davis
by Myron Hall
below: The next three photos are at 400 Atlantic Avenue.
below: ‘Together We Fall’ by Aaron Li-Hill
below: At 430 Atlantic Avenue – this building was painted on three sides by four different artists, Daze, Nate Hodge, Eder Muniz and Vexta. Daze’s contribution is on the east side:
below: Vexta painted this face on the northeast corner 430 Atlantic
below: The southeast corner of 430 Atlantic Avenue.
below: ‘Untitled (Boy on Heart)’ by Icy and Sot, South Avenue.
I haven’t found any information on the remaining murals.
below: I haven’t been able to find any information yet about the next two murals either. They were both on South Ave. Liquor Store, to the south of most of the other murals that I saw. By the way, it was a nice little store with an interesting selection of wine.