Fifth Year Anniversary Celebration Continues with New Mural

With its year long, fifth-year anniversary celebration, Armature Works has unveiled a new mural in its continued partnership with the Glazer Vision Foundation. Through art, the partnership aims to raise awareness and encourage the community to support the Glazer Vision Foundation’s cause to end the silent vision crisis in Tampa Bay.

The art installations within the Heights District, include the traveling Super-Sized Frames and a new mural, which first made its debut in 2020. Both the original and redesigned murals were curated by local creative studio, Pep Rally Inc., run by Josh Pearson and Greg Bryan. The duo and their creative team have created many community art projects in the Tampa Bay area.

Since its inception, the Glazer Vision Foundation has provided more than 200,000 free eye screenings and 20,000 new prescription glasses to local children in need. With the power of social media, the community can join the cause through the foundation’s #OneShareOnePair initiative. By sharing a photo of the art installations, tagging @glazervisionfdn and using the hashtag #OneShareOnePair, the Glazer Vision Foundation will provide a child with a free eye exam and glasses.

The Super-Sized Frames art installation is located on the West lawn entrance of Armature Works near M.Bird. The remodeled mural is located on the Northern end of the property facing The Pearl Apartments complex on the corner of Ola Ave. and Palm Ave.