|Two adjacent walls.
The customer wanted to give the illusion of open space in a small powder room.
The photos below represent three stages of the left wall. First I penciled in
the whole design and painted the sky for background. Next I blocked in the
trees, houses and the arch. Finally I added details, complete with ledge and
cracks. It took nearly two weeks to complete. I also painted a matching
marble pattern on the pedestal in the foreground to the left.
Details from 3 adjacent walls
in a small bathroom.
Inspired by Monet's Garden
6 X 8 foot Oil on unstretched canvas
My first portable mural commission. This scene is a
composite of several images of the Keet Seel ruins
and surrounding areas at Navajo National Monument.
The Ocotillo was added by request.
A very rough estimate is approximately $10.00 per square foot
for a stationary mural painted indoors or outdoors, plus materials.
At this time I can paint stationary murals
in Kitsap County, Washington
Portable murals are painted on primed, unstretched cotton duck.
They can be rolled and shipped almost anywhere. Acrylic paint dries
fast but is stiffer, while oils are flexible and durable but can take up to
several weeks to dry for transport.
|Right wall in warm light
|Lost and Found/
Angels Ascending & Descending
Details of a large mural painted on a three wall stairway.
It took 34 hours to paint.
This project was a lot of fun. I enjoyed the time spent with these wonderful
people, and believe wholeheartedly in their purpose. I worked for them part-
time doing respite care for special needs families. Click here to learn more...
|Don't be a bad pirate!
Please don't rob me of due compensation for my work.
It's against the law and it's just not nice!
(Aarrgh, intellectual booty!)