The Washington Pavilion is known for its lively shows, movies and exhibits.
Now it’s added the talents of a man who is bringing more life to the Pavilion through his art work.
“I’ve always drawn. I’ve just never stopped,” says Chuck Bennis of Brookings.
Bennis can now add this mural to his resume. It depicts space, Falls Park and South Dakota while wrapping around a stairwell at the Washington Pavilion.
“What I wanted to do with this space is to make an ordinary stairwell, and make it something special,” says Bennis.
Bennis free handed the entire piece with markers. He’ll be satisfied if he can inspire just one person to start drawing.
“I hope my style connects with this space too. It’s something bold something fun,” says Bennis.
Those with the Pavilion knew the stairs were the right place to bring this masterpiece.
“Everybody is just kind of walking up and going up and down them. It was one of those great locations where we thought we could really utilize this,” says Washington Pavilion Director Jason Folkerts…
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