Muralist Beau Bradbury at work last week on an mural at the soon-to-open Detour Gallery on Clay Street in Red Bank. The image, he said, mixes references to local lore, such as William ‘Count’ Basie and the Lenni-Lenape, with pop culture imagery.
The gallery, which Bradbury said is slated to open August 25, features several exterior murals, and is topped by Sergio Furnari’s “Lunchtime on a Skyscraper,” a sculpture that recreates a famous 1932 photograph of steelworkers taking a lunch break on a steel beam 850 feet above the ground at Manhattan’s Rockefeller Center. You can read more about that piece here. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)