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Five Miami Artists Live Painted Three-Story High Art At The Coconut Grove Arts Festival



For the second year in a row, the giant canvas comprised of stacked shipping containers appropriately dubbed “The Stacks”, sponsored by Amerant Bank, was a showstopper at the 59th annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival (CGAF). The Stacks by Amerant was a live art display with a DJ booth situated at the very top, featuring a line-up of rising artists and musicians.

Situated at the epicenter of the festival, The Stacks by Amerant were painted live over the course of the weekend by local artists: DaveL, Atomik, Ivan Roque, Cpwon and Carlos Solano. On the last day of the festival, artist Vic Garcia joined The Stacks to sign adult coloring books by Amerant.

“We’re excited to have sponsored The Stacks by Amerant again this year, which has become the centerpiece at the Coconut Grove Arts Festival,” said Jerry Plush, Chairman and CEO at Amerant Bank. “This festival is a staple for the South Florida community, and we certainly believe that our event is quite a memorable one. At Amerant, we’re proud to support various art programs and organizations in the communities we serve, and being part of this festival, in particular, is truly a highlight for our team members and their families.”

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The centerpiece of the 59th annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival, The Stacks by Amerant were painted over the course of the festival.

Artist Atomik works on his mural in The Stacks by Amerant.


Artist Vic Garcia painted and signed Amerant reusable tote bags and adult coloring books for festival goers.


By ML Staff. Images Courtesy of the Coconut Grove Arts Festival


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