ENDICOTT, N.Y. (WIVT/WBGH) – A retired beautiful musician has actually gone back to his home town to assist enhance Little Italy.
Scott Yurko is functioning on a mural on the structure at the edge of Oak Hill Avenue and Witherill Street that homes Thrive Salon. He’s creating a scene of an Italian landscape, surrounded by a grapevine. The design is a mix of impressionism and trompe-l’oeil which develops a visual fallacy of 3 measurements.
Yurko, a Maine-Endwell graduate, lately retired after a lengthy profession producing surroundings for the Metropolitan Opera.
“I have this training and now that I’m retired, I’ve got nowhere to use it. The community really was interested in somebody doing a mural hear that reflected their heritage. When I applied, it was a perfect fit,” stated Yurko.
Yurko’s mural is the last in a collection throughout the Triple Cities moneyed by gives from Broome County and carried out by the Arts Council.
He anticipates to complete it up following week.