"Jubilant Rhythms of Roselawn"
- 1850 Summit Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45237, Servpro of East Central Cincinnati in Roselawn
- A project of the 2007 ArtWorks Summer Program
- Mural dedicated September 2007
Once upon a time, the Servpro wall in Roselawn was bare and white. Now, erasing that blank memory, the wall has been painted with enthusiasm by the MuralWorks Apprentices and shines in a rainbow of colors. The biggest wall undertaken in the MuralWorks program (128’ x 18’), the design they created was inspired by discussions with the community, where words such as “family,” “diversity,” and “nature” were brainstormed and then incorporated into the design.
Apprentices also worked together to create sentences that serve as a description for their design and for Roselawn. One sentence reads “Beautiful Roselawn, a field of dreams where our roots grow deeply, watered by our tears and sweat, a beacon shining for all that is good in our world.” The mural is as beautiful as these words.
Ian Alexzander, Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow
Joseph Bova, LaSalle
Brittany Bucher-Case, Scott High School
Paige Chadwick, St. Ursula Academy
Douglas Cook, A W L
Keasa Davis, Home School
Jennifer Jones, Walnut Hills
Nick Mannira, Winton Woods High School
Julie Martin, Oldenburg Academy
Mya McMillan, Clark Montessori
Vincent Mellon, Mariemont High School
Gregory Nicaise, Scott High School
Anthony Pierce, Summit Country Day
Annie Risemberg, Walnut Hills
Veta Sherman, SCPA
Caleb Thornton, Winton Woods High School
Mariah Ward, SCPA
Chelsea Witherby, Clinton-Massie
Mayor Mark Mallory visits with the Apprentices.
Thanks to Servpro of East Central Cincinnati