MURAL PROJECTS & FESTIVALS
EastVillage Walls 2017
Lower East Side Girls Wall at StudioBe in New Orleans 2017
SpreadArt Wall in Bushwick 2017
100 Gates Project Lower East Side 2017
CentrefugeArt Project 2017
The Bushwick Collective Block Party 2017
Welling court 2017
Welling Court 2016
Bushwick Collective Block Party 2016
5Pointz creates August Martin High School Queens NYC
Bushwick Collective Block Party 2015 Brookyn NY
Welling Court 2015 Queens NY
The L.I.S.A. Project 2015 NYC
Miami Art Basel 2014
Colorado Crush 2014
The 8 Greats Yankees Mural Project 2014 BRONX NY
"The 8 Greats" Yankee Mural Project is a beautification through murals series Lexi Bella and Danielle Mastrion created in partnership with the 161st St Business Improvement District and 501 See Streets. Between June and October 2014 Lexi and Danielle painted portraits of some of the most beloved Yankees including Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Yogi Berra, Elston Howard, Reggie Jackson, Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter and Mickey Mantle.
Welling Court Mural Project 2014- #BringBackOurGirls Wall Collaboration with Danielle Mastrion
Girls and women all over the world deserve to be treated with love and respect and to be able to safely educate themselves, not to be used pawns or treated like cattle by terrorists and abusers. We hope this wall can bring hope and joy as well as attention to women's rights.
The "Lower East Side Heroines" Project
This project is a series of 7 spray murals I created to depict women from the 1700s to today who represent some of the amazing history, nationalities, and movements that have made the Lower East Side of Manhattan such a rich tapestry of culture.
Catherine Ferguson a freed slave and founder of Sunday schools in the late 1700s early 1800s, Hellcat Maggie a daughter of Irish Immigrants, member of the Dead Rabbits and first female Gang Member during the 5 Points Days of the 1850s, The Russ sisters of Russ & Daughters representing the hard working Jewish women of the early 20th centurey, Ellen Stewart founder of LaMaMa Theater and incredible East Village personality, Debbie Harry lead singer of Blondie and icon of the punk and graffiti culture that exploded downtown in the 70s and 80s, Rosario Dawson neighborhood girl turned starlet and philanthropist representing the Loisaida, and lastly my daughter Roxy Beckwith (we call her Roxy Bella) who was born and grew up on Pitt & Rivington for the first 3 years of her life representing the future generations of the Lower East Side.
Please read the explanation and bio of each picture to learn who these heroines were and what they represent.
You will also see some images from the process of creating these as well.
Big thank you to Fourth Arts Block for selecting me as one of the FABLES artists its such an honor. Big thank you to Centre-fuge Public Art Project for allowing me to be the first person to ever cover the whole trailer with my art as well as helping me every day! Thank you Danielle Mastrion, Matthew Denton Burrows, and John Neville for helping me paint as well as reaching for paint and just generally being there to support me, as well as anyone who stopped by to say hi!
Centre-fuge Cycle 13 x FABLES is sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Art / Art Works and in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in participation with The City Council.