A mural street art project in Downtown Escondido in North County San Diego.
Jody Ford
IG: @jodymusicford
One Flight

The hawk is my spirit animal. I love hawks and watch for them all the time. On this mural, five different versions coexisting together on one canvas represent hawks from different times and cultures. One is inspired by a Chinese artist; two are contemporary; another from my own native American heritage and finally my own unique style and approach. It speaks to both uniqueness and similarity of people and cultures transcending time. It is also about family taking care of each other. In Native American culture, the hawk is the one who watches over. It flies above, sees what is going on and looks ahead. It is a guiding force and guardian.

 Escondido is for artists. 

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.

Thank you!

We so appreciate your generosity.