PHOTOS/VIDEO: NW Mural Masters create masterpieces in Burien’s Art Alley


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Over the weekend, several Artists created brand new mural masterpieces in the “Art Alley” located behind SW 152nd Street in downtown Burien.

The event – the first ever – was called “Northwest Mural Masters,” and is the brainchild of Sam Sneke, local artist and The Art Alley founder.

John White and Shelli Park created this video:

And resident Elston Hill and his wife Jackline took these photos (click images to see larger versions/slideshow):

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This 3-day mural festival featured the following Northwest Artists:

The Art Alley is a designated alleyway between 4th Ave SW and 6th Ave SW in the SW 152nd Alley.

The goal of this project is to celebrate the different styles and collaborations of street art, graffiti and more traditional muralists. This type of art deters unwanted graffiti and other undesirable and illegal activities, while creating positive energy in neglected areas, such as alleys…as well as a sense of community, and possibly tourism!

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2 Responses to “PHOTOS/VIDEO: NW Mural Masters create masterpieces in Burien’s Art Alley”
  1. Willey says:

    Is the SW 152nd Alley between 152nd and 153rd?

  2. Bridgewatch says:

    Simply terrific…thank you and what talent! Burien is so depressing and run down, but this just makes it come alive…

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