This Drone Video Captures New Nashville Murals In All Their Glory

Nashville Walls Project and Market Street Enterprises teamed up with street artists Ian Ross and Jason Woodside to transform two walls in Nashville's Gulch.

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What better way to see the two new large-scale Nashville murals than from the sky?

Nashville Walls Project and Market Street Enterprises teamed up with street artists Ian Ross and Jason Woodside to transform two walls in Nashville’s Gulch and the talented Brian Siskind of Those Drones has fired up his drone to give you a bird’s-eye view of the murals in all their glory.

The vibrant murals are located along 11th Avenue South in the Gulch and have brought life to what were formerly blank walls.

Siskind’s work includes all-encompassing flyovers of decaying Greer Stadium in Wedgewood-Houston, an abandoned 1865 tobacco warehouse and even a secret Nashville island on the Cumberland River.

Paintings by artist and muralist Ian Ross, which were painted specifically to sell and stay in Nashville, can be privately viewed at The Studio 208. Contact Ashley Bergeron Segroves for an appointment 615-243-6642.

Nashville’s street art scene has blown up recently thanks to Nashville Walls Project coating the city with paint and beauty by inviting street and graffiti artists from around the world to create murals around Nashville. Artists like RONE, Adele Renault and Curiot have all traveled to make their mark on Music City since last May.

And the best part is that there’s more mural goodness to come. Ongoing projects like Off The Wall Charlotte are focusing their efforts to paint a 1,000-foot wall with 10 100-foot-wide murals on the city’s West Side.

On the other side of town, East Nashville’s Chamber East is gearing up for a fundraising event to support artist fees for its Murals East project. The event takes place May 18 at Center615 from 6-8 p.m.

For more information on Nashville Walls Project, visit nashvillewallsproject.com.

For more information on Those Drones, visit thosedrones.com, Facebook or YouTube.

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