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Bisbee's walls become the canvas for this street artist

Updated: Dec 2, 2021

Street art belongs to the viewer, it often cannot be removed without destruction. It’s fragility and vulnerability to the environment is balanced by the power of its public presence. These paintings are communistic in their accessibility; they belong to the place despite who has them painted. Then we relay that to the notion of public artists doing paintings on canvas, which can be bought, sold and preserved. The canvas is now tied to the street, through matching artistry.

Jules Muck - Venice, California - 2021

Jules Muck (aka MuckRock) is a world renowned graffiti writer, muralist and street artist. Muck has painted over forty murals in and around Bisbee.

Spend a small amount of time in Bisbee and you'll be sure to see a Muck Rock on a business, a passing car or residence. This is but a small sample of Jules' public gallery that can be seen in and around Bisbee. With many of her murals privately commissioned, some are tucked away out of view to the public. Follow @muckrock on instagram to see her impressive collection of murals.


Portraits by Jules from Artemizia Foundation


MuckRock and Angie (the terror) stretching Muck’s original oil painting ‘Liz’ for the upcoming Graffiti /Street art exhibition opening 12/18 at the Annex Gallery,

24 Main St. Bisbee, AZ - photos by @artemiziafoundation

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