Members of the Davis Mural Team, Kerry Rowland-Avrech, William Maul, Ted Fontaine and Alex Reisfar, oversaw the making of the Davis Art Garage murals. The community members that contributed immensely to the process of getting the murals completed. A huge contribution was made by the students of Kelly Detweiler, and Ted Fontaine. Many were from Kelly Detweiler’s Santa Clara University – and were a huge help for the entryway murals on the first floor stairwell. In between the 1st and 2nd floor is a mural by artist, William Maul, of a Prius car breaking through the wall, “Break on Through to the Other Side.” The “Aggie Mustangs” on the 2nd floor was painted by Robert Ransom, the great Northern California artist who has mastered horse paintings over the last 30 years. Also a great new addition on the 2nd floor, near the car entryway, on the SW corner, is by Chris Wisnia, “Bungo Bridge Troll of the Davis Overpass.” The huge 250 foot mural on the 2nd floor was made possible by contributions by Kerry Rowland-Avrech and Alex Reisfar. The 3rd floor mural was made possible by Ivette Guier in collaboration with Jean Van Keuren, Mark Rivera, Dennis Neu, and Rene Martucci. “Freeing the Imagination”, a mural by Davis artist, Jerri Wagner, is a great mural on the 3rd floor as you walk outside of the elevator, on the right side. Also, in the new stairwell, on 1st and F Street, was a project run by William Maul, Sean Sutter and Alex Reisfar, and other volunteers. It came out to be very contemporary and had a great response. Most importantly, the Art Garage continues to be a successful venue for sculptors and muralists. We plan to continue until the entire Art Garage is finished, right now there is quite a bit left. We are still waiting to get Phase 3 finded, which will be more murals and more lighting. Phase 2 was completely successful – The completed benches by Transmedia sculptor, Rene Martucci, Mark Rivera, Jean Van Keuren, Wesley Horn, and Donna Billick – it was created and completed by individual donors. There was no support for the benches from either the Regal Theatres of the City of Davis. The final completed benches gave a total transformation to the entire front of Regal Theatre entrance, giving patrons an opportunity to sit while aesthetically making the entrance to the theatre a more beautiful and welcoming area.