Murals & Large Paintings
I am available for commission work on murals and large projects. Please email or call me to get a custom quote.
Boyton Beach Arts District Mural
This mural was above a fireplace in a private residence in Jupiter, Florida. It measured about 4 1/2 feet x 8 1/2 feet and was completed in 2012. The owner had the molding up and wanted this particular painting reproduced. It was done in acrylic directly on the wall and took about 18 hours.
Lake Worth Street Painting Festival
I normally chalk at this event as a featured artist, but was asked to do an upright mural on the side of a shipping container 2 days before the event, since one of the muralists couldn't make it. I quickly had to come up with a totally different idea, and decided to do a portrait of my daughter, Carmen, who used to chalk with me, and will be graduating from the School at the Art Institute of Chicago with a BA in painting in May. Thanks to my sponsor, Bessenroth Builders for supplying the canvas and paint.
Panther Run Elementary School Murals
Murals for school in Lake Worth, Florida, 2014-2015.
Stage Left Mural Project
Project for the Boynton Beach CRA was recently completed in November, 2013. Size is about 14' x 12'.
9 Arch Mural Project
November, 2012 - The Lake Worth CRA chose 9 artists to complete a mural on each archway. The building will eventually be rehabbed in about 2-4 years, so the art is semi-temporary. Art is acrylic paint on stucco, approximately 9 feet high and took about 12 hours to complete. Location - Lake Blvd. across from Town Hall, 1 block west of Dixie Hwy.
This was a reproduction of Grant Wood's famous "American Gothic". I wanted to give it a twist, so since I was to be performing in a coffee house type lounge, sponsored by Lexus, I added a coffee cup to the piece. It's a subtle change that many didn't even notice (of course there was a lot of wine being served, which may have had something to do with it). It was about 8' x 8' and took about 10 hours tom complete.
I have a personal connection with Grant Wood, in that my grandparents were close friends with him at the University of Iowa, and my grandmother actually dated him before she married my grandfather, Harry Stinson, a noted sculptor and painter.