Local street art in Dunedin Florida
Have you ever felt like someone was watching? During my lunch break I ventured out for some fresh air and take-out and I suddenly stumbled upon this majestic grand oak tree… Love the artwork but of course there are no initials on it. The street artist is a mystery. This tree almost feels as if it will begin to tell you his stories of all who come across its way.
Several years ago, shortly after the economy took a nose dive, graffiti of citrus were mysteriously popping up on buildings in the downtown Dunedin area. For a while it remained a mystery. The citrus fruit were beautifully created on walls, doors and some other objects. Most residents enjoyed stumbling across one. No one knew who was behind or to why the kooky artist chose the orange. After a while it became kind of a running joke on who would discover the culprit. The orange graffiti became so popular that merchants and some homeowners displayed notes on their walls saying “Hey paint orange here!” Surveillance cameras at one of the downtown restaurants captured two people in the act at 5:30 A.M. The tape was turned over to the local authorities. After the local Sheriff department began asking questions is when the two local artists came forward and confessed to painting the artwork. Steven Spathelf, a local muralist, and Marsha Goins are the artists behind the orange graffiti. When asked why they chose to randomly paint the …
We’re currently working on design and gathering content. Can’t wait for “go live”… This is a picture from last nights event, Dunedin’s Music Fest, free concert.
New look. New Content. 🙂