Creative Clay teaches people with physical and neurological disabilities how to be working artists. They’re known for colorful, dynamic artwork and adventurous community engagement – always an exciting ArtWalk stop.
Muralist, tattoo artist and Creative Clay teaching artist Todd Frain painted this mural on Creative Clay itself, based on designs by Creative Clay’s member artists – that livens up the view for drivers on busy 1st Avenue South.
Frain’s mural incorporates work by Creative Clay’s member artists. Several helped him paint the mural and are excited to see their work on a large a scale.
Creative Clay’s mission is to help people with disabilities and neuro-differences achieve full and inclusive lives through access to the arts by providing expressive, educational and vocational experiences. Member artists at Creative Clay learn to work as professional creatives, selling their work in the Good Folk Gallery.