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MOVABLE MURALS

About Movable Murals: 

This inaugural project was originally developed for and in celebration of Watsonville’s Sesquicentennial in 2018 and was a collaboration with Pajaro Valley Arts and the City of Watsonville, first funded by the Community Foundation of Santa Cruz. Check out the current Movable Murals at 250 Main Street, Watsonville. Click through the slideshow below to check out the murals throughout the years!

Peter Bartczak
Wear Together Erik Davison – Installed by City of Watsonville staff: Grant Adams, Miguel Navarrete, and Rex Rackley
Movable Murals 2021: Jaime Sanchez – Flying Together
Movable Murals 2021: Jaime Sanchez – Flying Together
Movable Murals 2021: Jaime Sanchez – Flying Together
Movable Murals 2021
Movable Murals 2021: Jaime Sanchez – Flying Together
Movable Murals 2021 – Collages designed by Karen Lemon, digitized by Hedwig Heerschop.
Movable Murals 2021 – Collages designed by Karen Lemon, digitized by Hedwig Heerschop.
2021 Moveable Murals: An Act of Love: Mask Wearing During the Pandemic
Movable Murals 2019
Movable Murals 2019 – Artists: Priscilla Martinez, Peter Bartzcak, and Jaime Sánchez
Movable Murals 2019: Jaime Sánchez – Birds Crossing
Movable Murals 2019: Jaime Sánchez – Birds Crossing
Movable Murals 2019: Jaime Sánchez – Birds Crossing
Movable Murals 2019 installation
Movable Murals 2019: Priscilla Martinez – Strawberry Festival and Safety First
Movable Murals 2019: Priscilla Martinez – Strawberry Festival
Movable Murals 2019: Priscilla Martinez –Safety First
Movable Murals 2019: Peter Bartczak – Pedestrians Come First
Movable Murals 2019: Peter Bartzcak – Pedestrians Come First
Movable Murals 2018 Ribbon Cutting
Movable Murals 2018: Paul DeWorken – Sea Life
Movable Murals 2018: Paul DeWorken – Sea Life
Movable Murals 2018: Paul DeWorken – Sea Life (Pictured: Mateo Gonzalez who worked with Paul DeWorken)
Movable Murals 2018: Taylor Reinhold & Daniel Fernandez – Primavera (Photo by Kaz Kosciolek)
Movable Murals 2018: Taylor Reinhold – Primavera
Movable Murals 2018: Bonnie Carver – Apple Time
Movable Murals 2018: Bonnie Carver – AppleTime
Movable Murals 2018: Bonnie Carver – AppleTime
Movable Murals 2018: Judy Gittelsohn – The Strawberry (Photo by Tarmo Hannula with The Pajaronian)
Movable Murals 2018: Judy Gittelsohn – The Strawberry
Movable Murals 2018 Ribbon Cutting
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PVA and the City of Watsonville completed the installation of Moveable Murals: An Act of Love: Mask Wearing During the Pandemic in 2021 funded by the Pajaro Valley Community Health Trust Cares Act grant.

Read the full press release for Movable Murals 2021 here:
Press Release Moveable Murals 2021 Ribbon Cutting

The first phase of the project included a digital rendering of the piece Wear Together by Watsonville artist Erik Davison; and two photo collages designed by Karen Lemon, digitized by Hedwig Heerschop, of photographs submitted by: Genevieve Daly, Kimberly deLucia, Brianna Flores, Linda Martin, Karen Lemon, Marianne Nagel, Joey Ontiveros, and Graciela Vega. The second phase included installation of four hand painted murals called Flying Together by Watsonville artist Jaime Sanchez.

Movable Murals 2019 consisted of the murals entitled Strawberry Festival & Safety First by Priscilla Martinez, Pedestrians Come First by Peter Bartzcaky Birds Crossing by Jaime Sánchez. Photos of the murals are included in slideshow above.

Los murales fueron completados por Bonni Carver, Paul DeWorken, Judy GittelsohnTaylor Reinhold. Taylor’s and Judy’s murals have moved on to a new location at Pajaro Valley Loaves and Fishes. Photos of the murals are included in the slideshow above.