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New Murals by Maya Hayuk

New York artist Maya Hayuk has had a busy year traveling around the world creating murals and installations. From a giant outdoor piece for the Open Walls street art project in Baltimore to indoor collaborations in Australia, Hayuk adapts her craft-inspired painting style to any environment. Her ability to weave colors and geometric shapes together gives her paintings a textile-like consistency that nods to folk art forms in addition to graffiti and Abstract Expressionism.

New York artist Maya Hayuk has had a busy year traveling around the world creating murals and installations. From a giant outdoor piece for the Open Walls street art project in Baltimore to indoor collaborations in Australia, Hayuk adapts her craft-inspired painting style to any environment. Her ability to weave colors and geometric shapes together gives her paintings a textile-like consistency that nods to folk art forms in addition to graffiti and Abstract Expressionism. Hayuk’s electric color combinations transform open spaces into shrine-like sanctuaries with their symmetrical arrangements, and her new work is hypnotizing to look at. Images courtesy of the artist.

Collaboration with Kyle Ranson in Melbourne, Australia

Open Walls mural in Baltimore, MD

Baltimore mural detail

Quiñonera, Mexico City, Mexico

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