Mural, Mural, on the Wall...

I realized the other day that I've never shown you any of the murals I've done.
So here's a little tour...

This is a mural I did in a local pediatrics office.
Each of the buildings included is a local historic site,
and as you can see, the landscape transitions through the four seasons
along the length of the wall.

Rocky Mount, Piney Flats, TN.
Detail: as you can see, there are lots of little critters hidden throughout the mural
to keep the kids occupied and distracted while waiting to see the doctor!

Tipton Haynes, Johnson City, TN.
This wall is about 45 feet long and 9 feet tall. It took me 2 weeks to paint this mural.
The grass alone took one full day.

Knob Creek Church of the Brethren, Johnson City, TN.
Fall, my favorite season...

The Covered Bridge, Elizabethton, TN.

Below is another mural in another local pediatrics office.
As you can see, this one is much more stylized.
(Please ignore the blue painters' tape.)

This wall is about 65 feet long by 9 feet high.
This mural took 3 weeks to complete.

Below is a castle mural that I did in a private residence.
The boy who lives in this room loves knights and castles...
This was my first mural ever, incidentally.

Below is a little decorative accent mural that I did in another private residence.
By adding shadows behind the ivy, I made the leaves seem as if they are popping off of the wall.

Below are two nurseries I did for the same family -
after they moved to a new house, I came and did the same mural again in their daughter's nursery.

The Poky Little Puppy

A business logo I did in their storefront...

Below is a "rug" I painted on an unfinished wooden floor. After I painted, they varnished over the top.

The rest of these are from a retreat center in Buladean, NC.
As you can see, words alone can be lovely murals.

If you are interested in commissioning a mural or have any further questions,
please e-mail me! If you are local, I offer free estimates and on-site consultation. If you are further away, I am happy to look at your photos and room dimensions and discuss your project with you over the phone.
Of course, if you'd like to fly me to some exotic and wonderful location,
you're more than welcome to do that too. :o)

For more information on murals & pricing, please visit my website, and go to the "Information > Pricing" tab.
A mural would make a fantastic and unique Christmas gift!


  1. Your work is outstanding! So much better than most of the mural art I've seen. My favorite is the Autumn scene with the church.

  2. Wow. You are so good at this....

    I saw these on Flickr earlier and I'm so glad you posted about them. I'm really amazed and impressed.


  3. Your murals, occasionally, bring a sense of
    naivete, which is adding artistic importance,
    apart of visual pleasure.
    AS for the "rug" painted on a wooden floor,
    which is nice,I ve been looking through L'histoire de l'Art any similar attempt.I m
    thinking that any future endeavour with smaller
    pattern will result in a modern/eccentric mosaic.
    Naturally, no one will ever know the reviews
    of the Greek/Roman artists who are watching from above. Anyway we thank you for the serenity
    your Art is offering to us all


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