Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Seneca 634 Complete!

The mural is complete and its presence is felt by the town.  Below is the result of artistic vision and community support. "Seneca 634" stands in the heart of downtown offering an encounter with the dynamic histories of the area.


Friday, September 3, 2010

Thanks Interns!

As the mural progresses, a thank you is due to Janet Sung and Robert Hickerson. Sophomores at Parsons School of Design in NYC, they worked as interns in the studio this summer.  Janet is studying Illustration, Robert is pursuing Fine Arts.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Holding Court Downtown

The impact of the mural scale and depth can now be experienced.  Final panels and painting details on the wall to come in the next few weeks.
The Mural Dominates the View on Castle

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Continued Installation

The installation continues, with underwater images installed.  Some rain days have called for painting in the garage studio and family to enlist as assistants.

Under Water Images Emerge
Bottom Panels Painted
Brothers Millington At Work

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Rising Sail

A rising sail is now visible on Castle street as the mural is about 1/3 complete.  Below are images of the current stage on the wall and some behind the scenes preparations.

Wall 1/3 Installed
Panels Arranged Outside
Panels Arranged Outside
Cutting Panels to Hang
Garage Studio

Friday, August 13, 2010

First Panels Up

The wall is primed and ready and the first panels are being installed on Castle Street. 
Attaching the First Panel

Attaching the Second Panel
Ken Millington and Bryan Melillo

Bryan Melillo

Arriving in Geneva to assist Ken in mural installation is Bryan Melillo.  Bryan and Ken attended SVA together where they both received MFA degrees in Fine Art.  Bryan currently lives in Northern Nevada and along with a painting practice, creates interior murals and custom finishes in private homes and offices.  Check out his business website here.
Child's Room Interior, by Bryan Melillo