The Agave Goddess Mural

The Agave Goddess Mural

The mural painted on the Warehouse and Transfer building at 100 East 6th St. in 2016 is truly an instance of a good thing getting better. With it the facade of the historic edifice was perfectly transformed from one century to the next. The vibrant imagery by Rock Martinez of the Agave Goddess is a majestic 50-by-54-foot and by now certainly of the most iconic in the city. Depicted in everything from the cover of the bus route schedule to the opening credits of tourism videos, the mural is now a part of the fabirc of Tucson. It was one of eight murals created in the initial city-wide program led by the Tucson Arts Brigade via a donation to the city from the Tohono O'odham Nation. “The addition of Rocky’s exquisite mural has not only inspired and awed people, but served as a landmark and destination. People have been thrilled to see the downtown come to life, and be welcomed by such beautiful imagery,” said Michael Schwartz, president of the nonprofit Tucson Arts Brigade.

There has been much press about Rock and our lovely Goddess. Here are links to some of the many articles:


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