Artist Statement: Though it’s meant to be interpretive, my design is based on the mindset of controlling the chaos and the noise of the world around us. Giving a sense of structure and beauty in the form of public art and art education is one way to do so. To me, this is a parallel I draw from my piano design.
  • 2016



Allison Ruiz

Allison Ruiz hails from Queens, NY, where she currently resides. Her work has been published in Step Magazine, Type Directors Club, Gathering of Tribes, AIGA, and the female artist showcase “Bonds of Love”. Classically trained with an interest in experimenting and collage, Ruiz “attacks” her pieces with a chaotic but controlled style. Her subject matter varies, from portraiture to typography to street art. Her approach ultimately adds grace to grit, and grit to grace.

Public Location

Montefiore Park (June 9 - 19, 2016)

Permanent Home

P811M@149 (Delivered Fall 2016)

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