Esco Alley Art
A mural street art project in Downtown Escondido in North County San Diego.
Collin Vowels
IG: @practicesinart
What You See That I Don't

I’ve been doing art my whole life. My older sister always drew eyes, so I’ve always included eyes in my art. I’m partially color-blind, which means that I can’t see the difference between blue and purple, or between red and brown. I use spray paint and I rely on the name of the color that’s written on the can. Because of this color-blindness, I like to paint in vibrant colors. I was born and raised in San Diego, and recently I’ve been really working to get my art out.

In this painting I’ve incorporated my street art characters. I wanted to show them all together, holding hands, to show peace and unity. I love to do psychedelic, trippy artwork images. When I made this piece, the interesting thing to me will be to find out what other people see that I don’t.

 Escondido is for artists. 

Come & CElebrate!!

2023 Esco Alley Art Party

Explore 12 new murals, and join us for birthday cake to celebrate Mayor Dane White’s birthday.

4 PM on Saturday, September 9th

Alley Art Party with DJ & cake, Free and Open to All, with food available for purchase from Doña Rosa Raspados. 

Find us in the alley south of Grand Ave between Kalmia and Juniper.

Global Roots Mural Mosaic Unveiling

America Connects West Mural

Music, Food, Friends, and Art!

Maple Street Plaza
Escondido, CA 92025

Join us for the Unveiling!

Sunday March 26, 3pm

Let's party!

2022 Esco Alley Art Party

Come celebrate the addition of 12 new murals with our artists in Downtown Escondido!

3 PM on Saturday, November 12th

Alley Art Party with Live Music, Free and Open to All!

Find us in the alley south of Grand Ave between Broadway and Kalmia.

Call For Artists

2023 Season

Esco Alley Art exists because of our wonderful artists. Apply today to participate in our next round of murals.

Thank you!

We so appreciate your generosity.