Bronx graffiti artist pays tribute to late mothers with Castle Hill mural


A Bronx graffiti artist used his talents to pay tribute to all the mothers in the borough that have passed on. 

Tony Cruz says art is his form of therapy that helped him heal after the death of his mother and grandmother. 

His new mural on the corner of Castle Hill Avenue honors mother figures that neighbors in the borough have lost.

News 12’s Shniece Archer was in Castle Hill to hear from the artist about his work that aims to bridge the gap between grief and healing.

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