Graham Rust inspired mural, the trompe l’oiel shells were painted on a dining room ceiling at a home in Beaufort, SC. The shells were painted monochromatic to appear to formed plaster with pineapples to symbolize southern hospitality. at the time I was painting the mural, a Carolina Wren had a nest just outside the window. […]
Trompe L’oiel fountain painted on wood panel at The Landings on Skidaway Island, GA. This playful mural features a lion’s head inspired by a historic home in Savannah and a crow and bluebird that are plentiful on the island.
Commissioned painting on cabinet doors concealing a flat screen TV at the Ford Plantation in Richmond Hill, GA. The painting features a view outside the owners home, situated on Lake Clara.
Commissioned painting on cabinet doors concealing a flat screen TV at the Ford Plantation in Richmond Hill, GA. The painting features the Ogeechee River, the Ford oyster house, and flora and fauna of the area. The panels were antiqued so that it would appear to be an older painting above the fireplace.
The Richmond Hill lettuce label mural is painted on the old brick telephone building in Richmond Hill. Richmond Hill was the winter home of Henry Ford during the 1930s-40s. Mr. Ford conducted many agricultural experiments, including one of the best lettuce farms in the country. The mural is a replica of the shipping label.
L.C., a golden retriever, was so loved that her humans wanted her portrait painted on the wall. Indigo Run, Hilton Head, SC.
Chinoiserie mural with a twist… flora and fauna of the Lowcountry. The murals were glazed with a strie finish to give the look of aged silk.
My first mural was painted in 2003 at the Ford Plantation in Richmond Hill, GA. The mural was a marsh scene painted in subtle tones in a dining room.
Commissioned mural for a Ford Plantation, Richmond Hill, GA residence. The sepia tone mural depicts the CSS Nashville moored in the nearby Ogeechee River.
This dining room mural depicts a 360 degree view of Tybee Island, the Cockspur Island Lighthouse, Fort Pulaski and Lazaretto Creek.
Dandelion themed Nursery with repurposed hand painted furniture that belonged to the family for three generations.
The entire powder room was painted to look like a cabana, with striped fabric opening to a view of the Ogeechee River. The clients two mischievous dogs were added, one peeking under the tent while another is tugging on a tassel.
11′ x 14′ mural in the lobby of Dorchester Hunt Club, Midway, GA.