New Mural Coming to Park View

Last Friday, I noticed that a new mural is now in progress on the Warder Street side of the Rock Creek Market (corner of Warder and Rock Creek Church Road). The mural is the work of Juan Pineda (Website here) and is in collaboration with Murals DC. Murals DC had originally come before ANC 1A at their May 14th meeting to discuss the possibility of a mural coming to Rock Creek Market, but no design or artist had been selected at that time.

The mural’s design is a series of multicolored doors of various shapes and sizes. In speaking with the artist, I learned that the concept behind this is that these are doors of opportunity.

According to the Murals DC Website, the initiative “aims to help replace illegal graffiti with artistic works, to revitalize sites within the community, and to teach young people the art of aerosol painting. The goal of this initiative is to positively impact the District’s youth by providing them with the resources they need to engage in this project.”

The wall at Rock Creek Market where the mural is being painted has been tagged twice in as many years.

Below are photos of the mural in progress.

mural rock creek market(Entire mural in progress showing scale of work)

close up mural(Detail of section of mural)

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6 Comments on “New Mural Coming to Park View”

  1. Diane Says:

    Love the doors! We enjoyed watching the progress on this mural over the weekend. Nice addition to the neighborhood.


  2. Lovely! We have one in Columbia Heights just completed on 13th, north of Otis in the alley. I have progressive pix if you’re interested!


  3. […] I posted about the new mural being painted at the Rock Creek Market on Tuesday, a reader was kind enough to inform me about a new mural that has just been painted in […]


  4. […] Creek Market appears to be finished. I first reported about the mural on September 2nd, and you can see what it looked like then here. The mural is part of the MuralsDC program and the artist is Juan Pineda, and according to him, the […]


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