NEW RIVER­WALK ART

Chicago Sun-Times - - ENTERTAINM­ENT -

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.

CLAY­TON HAUCK

“The Peo­ple in Your Neigh­bor­hood,” by Don’t Fret, is among the new pub­lic art works at the Chicago River­walk.

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