Faux burlap wall finish in a Palmetto Bluff Dining Room, Bluffton, SC. This finish consists of a horizontal and vertical strie finish in sections to mimic burlap.
L.C. the Wonder Dog Mural
L.C., a golden retriever, was so loved that her humans wanted her portrait painted on the wall. Indigo Run, Hilton Head, SC.
Ogeechee River TV Panels
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.
Dining Room Marsh
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.
Palm, Pine, and Oak
Commissioned painting for a Sea Pines residence, Hilton Head Island, SC. Inspired by a view overlooking the May River.
Trompe L’oiel Shells
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. For a touch of whimsy, the homeowner asked that I add the Wren perched one of the shells with its nest nestled within the shell on the opposite side.
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.
Lowcountry Oak Sculpture
This sculpture was made for a home in Palmetto Bluff, Bluffton, SC. The client wanted a wall mounted sculpture in the shape of a live oak tree. The oak tree is made of sixty smaller sculptures representing the abundant flora and fauna found on the property. Each piece has an iron finish with rust patina. the overall sculpture measures 7.5′ high x 9′ wide.
Trompe L’oiel Fountain
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.
Wild Boar Sculpture
Wild boar sculpture commissioned by the Georgia Historical Society for the “Game of Thrones” themed Trustees Gala in Savannah, GA. The sculpture measures 4′ high with a weight of only 40 pounds! The secret is the styrofoam base with iron coating.
Contemporary landscape of client’s backyard view in Richmond Hill, GA.