NEW RIVERWALK ART
Take a stroll and check out the two new public artworks added to the Chicago Riverwalk. Taking inspiration from the people of Chicago, street artist Don’t Fret has painted the 55 portraits found in “The People in Your Neighborhood,” a reflection of the people who, according to the artist, “contribute to the hard work that defines our city.” And Kate Lynne Lewis’ eye-catching mural “The Radiance of Being” (180 feet tall on two levels) celebrates the Art Deco architecture and motifs of Chicago buildings found near the Riverwalk. For more information, visit chicagoriverwalk.us.
“The People in Your Neighborhood,” by Don’t Fret, is among the new public art works at the Chicago Riverwalk.