These paintings are an experimental traveling public art exhibition. With each showing, the paintings are arranged in reaction to the particularities of their new surroundings. The first incarnation was a part of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's 2012 Pop-up Garden at 19th and Walnut. The second and current incarnation is located in Northern Liberties at the intersection of 2nd and Germantown Ave.
Mat Tomezsko is a Tyler School of Art graduate living and working in Philadelphia. His work has been exhibited at art spaces regionally and nationally including the Crane Arts, the Painted Bride, CFEVA, and Wexler Gallery, in Philadelphia, the DCCA in Wilmington, and Garcia Squared Contemporary in Kansas City, among others. Tomezsko has created several public art projects with the Mural Arts Program including There Is No, a series addressing urban violence included in the 2013 exhibition Juvenile In Justice with Richard Ross and Roberto Lugo; and Look Long and Look Good (2011), a survey of the history and people of Manayunk in 30 paintings currently installed along Main Street in Manayunk, Philadelphia. He is employed as a curator and preparator for InLiquid Art + Design.