Call for Mural Artist
Mural Artist Submission
Apply for an exciting summer project!
ARE YOU A LOCAL MURAL ARTIST?
Submit your application before 2 July 2020!
The call for mural artists is out. The Mural program supports local artists while creating a positive space in Downtown. It attracts locals as well as tourists. The Mural program is meant to beautify back alleys, dieter Grafitti, and improve public safety.
Note: Should the proposal requirements for this call be a barrier to you submitting your ideas, please contact us at email@example.com before May 3rd.
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Lead Artist: Zach Abney – Assistant Nancy Kuchta
This mural was completed in the summer of 2019. It features a number of scenes from films played at the Paramount, going back to the first film that was known to be played- Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. The mural is meant to show people recalling these scenes that stuck with them, which is why it fades from a person’s face to the movies depicted.
The most recently completed mural painted downtown was created by Zach Abney. It’s located on the 300 block of Seymour Street. This piece explores the gaze as a form of wordless expression. Body language expresses so much before words become a part of the equation. A brief glance conveys so much emotion – from happiness and joy, to sadness, grief, and pain. “The Winking Man” communicates a wisdom that comes from age and experience, while the facial posture of the man recounts a sense of both wisdom and glee.
Unlike every other mural in the series, this is the only one to be featured on the front of the building as opposed to the alley.
Located at 165 Victoria Street, and painted by Ken Wells, the mural features a bustling bazaar that allows viewers to catch a glance at the thriving culture and atmosphere that Maurya’s Restaurant imbues.
This mural, along with the many others, features the classic white dog that is one of Ken’s signature styles.
This used to be Tricia Sellmer’s Gallery
Tricia Sellmer emblazons collective dialogues upon canvas in pursuit of light, harmony, balance, presence, rhythm and concealed touch.
Her works hang in public and private collections internationally. Locally, her artwork is proudly displayed in the Brownstone Restaurant and at the Plaza Hotel.
Artist: Zach Abney (2018)
This building resides beside the Commodore Grand Café & Lounge, The Commodore – as it is more commonly known- opened in 1927 and is both a licensed restaurant by day and a club by night. The Commodore is known for their diverse range of music, from DJ’s that specialize in hip-hop and electro to playing soft rock and jazz throughout the week.