W(h)ales and Center

By BRIDGET SCOTT, Rutland Reader (July 16, 2014)

Head uphill a touch on Center Street and you just might end up underwater. Or at least, that’s the feeling you get from a new mural currently in progress.

If you haven’t noticed it yet, the retaining wall that keeps the parking lot of the Moose Lodge from being the steep hill next to the Moose Lodge is getting a facelift. For years the otherwise blank concrete was adorned only with a graffito of a shark fin pursuing a hastily drawn swimmer. Not without its charms, granted. But the new fully realized mural… [Read More on the Rutland Reader Website]

The art of running: Local artist runs for the Chaffee

By Joanna Tebbs, Rutland Reader (May 15, 2013)

Here’s the interesting thing about negativity: it grows when you focus on it. But good news: the same goes for positivity. Being positive doesn’t mean ignoring the negatives and pushing them under that proverbial rug; it means finding the positive in less than ideal situations, or better yet seeing it as an opportunity for change and growth, not a reason to give up… [Read More on the Rutland Reader website]


Featured Artist Brian Sylvester

Artsy Shark (May 6, 2012)

Featured Brian Sylvester combines geometry, spirituality and floral imagery… [Read More on the Artsy Shark website]