oOo Tours of the Welling Court Mural Project this weekend for OHNY: art for sale there and viewable online! oOo



This weekend, Saturday and Sunday, October 17 & 18, we will be out at the Welling Court Mural Project from 10am-6pm and giving 3 tours at 11am, 2pm and 4:30pm. Sticker Social Club will be in effect rocking workshops to help attendees get in touch with their own inner sticker maker. Tons of art viewable and for sale from Welling Court as well as Sticker Social Club artists. Artwork from Welling Court peeps is viewable at our store here.

Links for the weekend:

Facebook Event Page

OHNY Weekend Page

Sticker Social Club FB Event Page

Celebrating the streets, solidarity, community and culture! Eager to spruce up his neighborhood, Welling Court resident Jonathan Ellis connected with Ad Hoc Art in fall 2009 and they hit it off in great stride. The first Welling Court Mural Project (WCMP) debuted in May 2010 with 40+ murals transforming the neighborhood into a creative celebration and unique public art experience. Now in its 6th year, the WCMP continues to meld a spectacular crew of legendary artists together with a fresh mix of emerging talents. Spanning over 50 years of public work and over 130 murals, the WCMP is one of the best collections of contemporary street culture on earth, all within this hidden gem of NYC; free and open to the public 24/7/365!

Some of the artists include: Abe Lincoln, Jr., Andy Golub, Beau Stanton, Bishop203, Caleb Neelon, Cern, Christopher Cardinale, Chris Soria, Chuck Berrett, Dan Witz, Danielle Mastrion, Depoe, Don Leicht, Elle, Ellis Gallagher, EpicUno, Eyez, Gera, Greg Lamarche, Hellbent, Icy & Sot, Hef, Joe Iurato, John Breiner, John Fekner, Joseph Meloy, Katie Yamasaki, Kid Lew, Lady Pink, Lmnopi, LogikOne, MagdaLove, MAST, Matthew Ellis, Meres, Praxis, Python, Queen Andrea, R. Nicholas Kuszyk, Raquel Echanique, Rene Gagnon, Royal Kingbee, Rubin415, RWK, Ryan Seslow, SEBS, SeeOne, Sinned, SpazeCraft, Subtexture, Steven Cogle, TooFly, Vera Times, Wane, Werc, Zed1, Zimad & more.

As this is a walking tour of a public art project in the streets, bring comfortable shoes and whatever food and beverage you need to stay fed & hydrated. There are several locations around to buy food and beverages. Restrooms are available in local restaurants with patronage of the restaurant.

Saturday & Sunday Tour Info: Tours at 11am, 2, 4:30pm both days with Ad Hoc Art director Garrison Buxton will include discussions on street art and graffiti, as well as interesting information about the artists, the neighborhood, and the project’s evolution. (1 hr)

Come see how artists from around the world continue to unite with artists from the block to create site-specific works, which provide new arrays of visual experiences, changing how people perceive and interact with their environment.


Ad Hoc Art

oOo “Welling Court Mural Project: Wish You Were Here” rocked Norman, OK and is viewable online! oOo



“Welling Court Mural Project: Wish You Were Here!”

Opened: September 11, 2015 from 6 to 9 pm; during Norman’s 2nd Friday Art Walk
221 E Main St, Norman, OK 73069

The opening was awesome and many minds were opened. Thank you to all the great artists and attendees!

Artwork is for sale online here in our Square Store until October 19th, as well as viewable at the Welling Court Mural Project during Open House New York Weekend, October 17th and 18th.

To check out the visuals, follow us on Instagram & “LIKE” us on FACEBOOK

The Welling Court Mural Project, based in Astoria, Queens, NY, has been a labor of love by many in support of street art, graffiti and other boundary-pushing art imagery and forms. At the invitation of the local community, the Project was created in 2009 by Ad Hoc Art, a creative enterprise run by two Oklahoma natives, Garrison and Alison Buxton. Together, with the help of many others from the community and beyond, this project grows each year and receives a wide range of interest and acclaim, from the likes of The New York Times, US News and World Report, Huffington Post, NBC Universal, NY1, HyperAllergic, Brooklyn Street Art, 12oz Prophet, and others. Beginning with 40 murals the first year to over 130 in 2015, it is one of the best collections of street art and graffiti in the world.

Artists from around the country and the world take part in the WCMP, including fellow Oklahoman artists Kris Kanaly and Marcy Cordell, who have participated and helped out the last few years. They expressed that they wished a mural project like Welling Court to be in their communities. By creating more dialog and getting forward-thinking people together, we can help take steps in that direction and bring more public art to more communities around the country and the world. Ad Hoc Art is excited to bring imagery from an incredible cross section of artists who span the rich history of graffiti and street/urban art to Oklahoma. This show highlights muralists from the 70’s to present translating their works to gallery art. “WCMP: Wish You Were Here!” provides Oklahomans with the opportunity to add a piece of New York street art history to their collections while simultaneously contributing to future mural projects.

Participating artist: Alice Mizrachi, Alison Buxton, Amanda Marie, Avoid Pi, Cern, Chris Cardinale, Col Wallnuts, Crisp, Dan Weise, D Gale, Depoe, Don Leicht, Ellis G., EpicUno, Fumero Ism, Gaia, Garrison Buxton, Gilf!, Greg Lamarche, Hyland Mather, Icy and Sot, Jaime Rojo, Jerms, Joe Iurato, John Carr, John fekner, Joseph Meloy, Kimyon Huggins, Kris Kanaly, Lady Pink, Lexi Bella, LMNOPI, Luna Park, Magda Love, Marthalicia Matarrita, Michael Fitzsimmons, Marcy R. Cordell, Peat “EYEZ” Wollaeger, Praxis, Mr. PRVRT, Raquel Echanique, Robots Will Kill, Royal King Bee, Rick Sinnett, Royce Bannon, Rubin415, Russell King, Ryan Seslow, SeeOne, Sest2, Shiro, Solus, Subtexture, Thundercut, Trap, VeraTimes, Wane COD, Zam, Zheik and more from the personal Ad Hoc archives…

In love and solidarity, forever we are one.
Ad Hoc Art


BKMIA-The Best of Brooklyn meets Miami! December 3-6!

Media Contact

Garrison Buxton


For Immediate Release:



December 3, 2009 at 7PM –Opening Night Reception with Artists

Complimentary Beverages provided by Amstel Light

Miami, FL – In an era where being from just “the City” doesn’t cut it, Brooklyn, New York has quickly become the newest epicenter for emerging arts and culture for not only the five boroughs but rather for the global audience. And as the international art world descends on Miami for Art Basel Miami Beach, the best of what Brooklyn has to offer will collectively congregate in the heart of the Miami Design District.

Ad Hoc Art brings you over 40 artists ranging from all mediums and styles that best represent the aesthetics and vision of the Brooklyn art scene. This comprehensive showcase will not only emphasize the visionary works of today’s biggest street artists such as The London Police, Lady Pink, Poster Boy and Skewville, but will highlight established contemporary artists such as Scott Draves, whose works in new media has been at the forefront of both art and technology. BKMIA is also proud to debut Mario Brothers, the latest addition to the Brooklyn street iconoclast whose mixed media collages can be seen on such high-profile publications as V Magazine and Interview.


With Miami serving as the perfect backdrop for this diverse group of artistry, BKMIA shines the spotlight on the unique alliance between the two cities as well as showcase the similarities of both cultures in relations to the contemporary art world.



Official BKMIA Artists Featured are:

• Avoid Pi

• Buxtonia {Alison & Garrison Buxton}

• Cahbasmn

• Cash4

• Celso

• Cycle

• Dan Taylor

• DarkClouds

• Dennis McNett

• Destroy & Rebuild

• Eastern District Collective

• Ezra Li Eismont

• Faro

• Flying Fortress

• Frank Russo

• Fred Harper

• Gaia

• Imminent Disaster

• Infinity

• Jim Kiernan

• Joe Vaux

• John Breiner

• John Fekner & Don Leicht

• Jonathan Villoch {DEPOE}

• JuseOne

• Keely Brandon

• Keith Haskel

• Kevin Brady

• Lady Pink

• Logik One

• Lucas

• Mario Brothers

• Martin Mazorra & Mike Houston {Cannonball Press}

• Martina Secondo Russo

• Michael Allen

• Mike De Feo

• Molly Crabapple

• Morning Breath

• NohJColey

• Peat Wollaeger

• Peripheral Media Projects

• Pez

• Poster Boy

Rafel Fuchs

Robert Steel


Royce Bannon

Ryan Doyle and UFO 930

Scott Draves & The Electric Sheep


The London Police

The Senator


Tod Seelie

Uhuru Design


About the BKMIA Team:

Garrison Buxton (Principal Curator) is the co-founder of Peripheral Media Projects, Inc. and Ad Hoc Art, Brooklyn.

Alison Buxton (Co-Curator) is the co-founder of Ad Hoc Art, Brooklyn.

Michael Cabrera (Co-Curator) is the owner and founder of Eastern District, Brooklyn.

Max Pierre (Creative Director) is the owner and founder of AE District, Miami.

Gallery Hours during Art Basel Miami Beach:

December 3, 2009 | 12PM to 5PM

o Opening Night Party 7PM – 11PM with special performances TBA

December 4, 2009 | 11AM to 7PM

December 5, 2009 | 11AM to 7PM

December 6, 2009 | 11AM to 5PM

o Closing Night Party 7PM – 11PM with special performances TBA

BKMIA | 4040 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 103 | Moore Building | Miami, FL 33137 For more on BKMIA, visit www.BKMIA.COM