Through rain, wind and sun, ARYZ diligenty climbed into his lift each day for a full 10 days work to complete his giant mural that San Franciscans have been curiously watching through the week. Fans of Aryz came to watch him develop his large scale mural in the Tenderloin district to observe the master at his work. The mural standing approximately 7-8 stories tall features a young woman silently gazing over the city. And like many of ARYZ’s signature works, her figure maintains its gravity while her gestures and posture seem mysteriously buoyant and in the midst of slight movement. Located at the corner of Polk Street and Eddy Street we hope the mural will be welcomed by the city and remain up for a long time for all of us to enjoy.
World reknown artist and muralist, ARYZ, made his way to San Francisco earlier this month to open his first solo show in the United States, STYLE IS THE LIMIT, at Fifty24SF Gallery. After a successful opening on the 19th, ARYZ focused his attention to painting a large scale mural in SF. Upper Playground, Fifty24SF and WALLSpace then came together to organize this possibility and ARYZ began work on his latest mural in the Tenderloin District, this weekend. ARYZ prefers that we don’t post early work-in-progress photos of his murals, so we will in the mean time, take another look at some of his murals finished in other countries. More updates and sneak-peeks coming soon as we excitedly anticipate the finished mural this week.