Salvation Army | FEBRUARY Featured Artist
Photographer: Portland Street Art Alliance
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About the Work
Ouchey (aka Ouch) is a longtime graffiti artist in the Pacific Northwest, first in Seattle and now based in Portland. This mural is part of a production by Most Likely Suspects (MLS), managed by Zae. In the summer of 2020, PSAA managed almost 60 local and regional artists to paint rotating temporary murals on the long-abandoned Salvation Army Tabernacle on SE MLK and Ash St in the Central Eastside Industrial District of Portland.
Visit the Live Work
139 SE MLK Boulevard
About Portland Street Art
Portland Street Art Alliance is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides access to resources, networking platforms, and professional development opportunities for Pacific Northwest street artists. Since its founding in 2012, PSAA has managed over 100 private and publicly-funded street art projects, collaborating with hundreds of artists in the region. PSAA’s mission is to actively transform the public art landscape by developing more inclusive place-based programs and increasing access to art for everyone in the city.