Tony Shull spent most of his life making art and music in the beautiful Champlain Valley of Vermont. His work is sometimes referred to as ‘outsider art’ or ‘folk art’. His style is both unique and recognizable, ranging from abstract psychedelic to fantastical pieces reminiscent of Hieronymus Bosch. Tony mostly worked in acrylics, and primarily on wooden boards that he scavenged here and there. He painted a number of murals on walls around Burlington, sometimes sanctioned and sometimes “guerrilla-style”. Tony also made found object sculptures, wrote hilarious songs, and played a mean fiddle. Some of his paintings and other artwork can be found on this website, and some is available for purchase. Please email with any questions or comments. Enjoy!