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High Visibility Enforcement to Improve Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety

In an effort to protect the safety of these most vulnerable road users, the West Palm Beach Police Department will conduct High Visibility Enforcement Details (HVE) during the period of December 2, 2019, and May 15, 2020.

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Street Art Revolution
Our ‘revolution’, is to change the paradigm of what is considered art in this community. Beauty comes in many different forms and uses endless mediums. Our goal is to eradicate the misconception that ‘street art’ is bad by exposing new viewers to the varied gifted artists that this city envelops. It is this combined dynamic that caused the artist collective to choose the name ‘Street Art Revolution’. Some of the most prolific artists in Palm Beach County will not be found in upscale galleries; so to make their voices heard, they seek to turn bland local walls into entrancing masterpieces. Our mission is to give them both a platform and an audience.

The members of the collective consist of Dahlia Perryman, Anthony Hernandez, Eduardo Mendieta, and Caron Bowman. The program invites one or two local artists per season (fall, winter, spring, and summer) according to wall availability.

Past & Present Murals  


Letting Go by Mayling Pao & Bulks
"Letting Go" by Mayling Pao & Bulks

Narrative of the Mural:
The bright, bold colored, mural that brightens up the Respectable Street wall is a collaboration between established artists Bulks & Mayling Pao. The mural depicts two figures – a female releasing a dove in the tangles of her hair, representing our everyday struggles, and the other, a celestial being creating the day and night while resting on a mountain. The image illustrates a "still shot" of a person's imagination, a place where the mind wanders, explores curiosities, and a glimpse of worry.
"Letting Go" Design Superimposed on Wall by Mayling Pao & Bulks

Artists Bio:

Mayling Pao
Mayling Pao was born in Matagalpa, Nicaragua. Raised in Miami, she attended art schools from an early age. She graduated from New World School of the Arts High School and received her BFA from the Kansas City Art institute. With an extensive background in the arts, Pao has explored various art disciplines including painting, ceramics, sculpture, photography mixed media, and commercial art. Her fine art has been exhibited in galleries and festivals in Miami and West Palm Beach, FL and Kansas City, MO.


"Letting Go" by Mayling Pao & Bulks

Bulks has been drawing and painting for as long as he can remember. His mother owned an art gallery for 25 plus years. Growing up in that kind of environment, he was introduced to many different kinds of art. In 2000, he and his family moved to South Florida, where he began to pursue his passion for graffiti art. In his career, Bulks has created murals for both private and corporate clients in Miami and Los Angeles. He is always looking for new ways to create and push his artwork to new levels.

"Letting Go" by Mayling Pao & Bulks
                                                "Letting Go" by Mayling Pao & Bulks


Agata Ren & Steve Brouse

The Street Art Revolution Mural Pilot Program puts a spotlight on local artists whilst providing the community with an authentic slice of West Palm Beach culture. The first mural is a collaboration between Agata Ren and Steve Brouse. They created a mural about the extinct native Florida Birds and the impact that development has on the environment. The program is a partnership between AiPP, West Palm Beach Downtown Authority, Subculture Group and Street Art Revolution Artist Collective.


Narrative of the Mural:

Agata Ren and Steve Brouse’s Collaboration, which combines Ren’s portrayal of the now extinct Florida Dusky Seaside Sparrow and Steve’s whimsical and playful art, conveys the urgent message that our right for “the pursuit of happiness” and to be able to sustain a good quality of life, is intrinsically connected to a healthy natural environment and to how well we respect and protect all its living forms.

Artists Statements: 

Agata’s Statement
Award winning artist Agata Ren graduated from the University of Applied Sciences, Dusseldorf, Germany. Ren is currently working on her newest fine art collection depicting endangered and extinct species in her Boca Raton studio. Recently the image of her engendered Barn Owls was purchased by Carlson Hotels, Inc. to use for hotel walls worldwide for a period of 10 years. Agata Ren Art.

Steve’s Statement
Steve Brouse expresses his true passion with colorful and whimsical paintings. He graduated with a degree in Art Education from the State University College at Buffalo, New York. Steve has his studio located at Lot 23 in the City of West Palm Beach. His art conveys to the viewer a sense of fun, hoy, and happiness. For the past ten years, Steve has shared his love of art with students at Center for Creative Education (CADRE) Art’s Integrated After School Program. Throughout his career, he has continuously supported various charitable benefits with his unique artwork and is currently preparing for a one-man show at Harold’s in West Palm Beach’s Art District Northwood Village. House of Brouse.