New Canalligator Mural Is Up In Medina
It looks like the street art in Western New York is not limited to downtown Buffalo.
WGRZ reported that a new mural has been painted in the town of Medina in Orleans County.
The "Canalligator" is a project that was completed by the Form Foundation Tim Meyers.
The mural is located at Main Street and Proctor Place and features an alligator holding a Bills pennant.
There are plenty of street art and murals all across Western New York, including a new chicken wing mural located outside of Pearl Street Brewery and Grill.
The Albright-Knox Art Gallery has also commissioned several murals and street art projects in the area.
Some of those projects include Metamorphosis #5 by Tavar Zawacki
1665 Main Street, Buffalo, Wildflowers for Buffalo by Louis Jones
465 Washington Street, Buffalo, Our Colors Make Us Beautiful by Muhammad Zaman
1131 Broadway, Buffalo, and Balancing Act II by Aakash Nihalani
44 Brayton Street, Buffalo
You can see those art projects HERE
One of my favorite murals is the "Keep Buffalo A Secret" mural. It is located at 810 Main Street in Buffalo.