Bath House Murals

STARTING IN 2017 I WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR COMMISSIONS IN MURAL ART. PRIVATE BATH HOUSE MURALS NEED TO BE WORKED ON WHILE THE WEATHER PERMITS, PREFERABLY IN THE EARLY FALL OR SPRING SEASON, ESPECIALLY IN THE NORTHEAST. PLEASE SECHEDULE YOUR BATHHOUSE MURAL DESIGN NOW FOR SUMMER 2018.

 
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Freehand floor painting of sand & surf

Freehand floor painting of sand & surf

bathhouse mural

This private bathhouse mural was designed to look as if viewing the outdoor pool while standing on a sandy beach. 


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THE MONKEY BATHHOUSE MURAL

 

I worked in a freehand style to create this monkey bathhouse mural design with a cabana feel.  The client requested the design idea, images of monkeys and for a floor faux tile design.

Handpainted faux floor tile design

Handpainted faux floor tile design

Bench design with hibiscus walldesign

Bench design with hibiscus walldesign


St. Elizabeth's Special Unit mural 8ft. x 10ft.

St. Elizabeth's Special Unit mural 8ft. x 10ft.

Stage one

I base coat broad areas and loosely sketch in the design in order to fill in the first coat of paint along with determining the composition of the overall design.

stage two

Each coat of paint needs time to dry.  I like to begin blocking in the sky and then layering the paint with a second coat for all areas.  It normally takes several coats in order to build up rich color and detail which may mean several quick days of painting until each layer has fully dried. 

Stage Three

Little detail areas help create a personalized touch!  I used a photograph in order to paint this sailboat.  There are always final requests once the overall painting is in the final stages and can be viewed in it's large scale format from the concept of the original sketch.


Details of the Panda Bear Mural

This mural was approximately 7ft by 10ft long as a commissioned piece for an accupuncture office in Rhode Island.


Zebra Bathroom Mural Private Residence

The design for this mural originated from a zebra drawing by the client.  I then took her style of drawing and created a galloping herd of zebras which race from a tiny pack at the top corner of the wall and then cascade in a cloud of dust right down to the watering hole of the bathroom sink.  The client finalized this adorable bathroom by adding animal print towels and accessories.