Like the people who commission my art work, every piece is unique. I’ve put together a collection of my work with a little explanation of what inspired me. If you like something you see or have a question, please contact me for details.
The client wanted something that said automobiles and American… that's a lot to put into one mural but I think I captured it.
This upscale salon had a very retro - modern feel so I complimented the architecture with this series of funky and fun balconies.
Both of the occupants of this room rode dirt bikes and 4 - wheelers and wanted their room to reflect this.
This four feet by five feet canvas was commissioned by a woman who loved her bulldog. I really like working in this bright and vibrant style.
The husband gave his wife a choice of gifts: diamond earrings or a mural for the kitchen. She got both because I painted the earrings into the design.
Believe it or not, this started out dry wall corner and now is a marble - looking fireplace that goes 20 feet high. I even painted the marble like it fit together from slabs.
This family spent some of their favorite times on the beach with their poodle so naturally the kids wanted this as the theme for their room. Each little object in the artwork represents a special memory.
This outdoor mural is a cross between the past and the present. It’s located at the intersection of Dundee and Bardstown Road where in the old days the trolley ended its route to turn around and head back downtown.
My 8 year old son wanted his room painted so girls wouldn’t want to come in. He got his wish.
The City of Louisville commissioned this outdoor mural that landed on Old Town Liquors. I got my inspiration by standing on a porch in the neighborhood and it presents a perspective of looking inside out.
Grandma paid for this nursery painting before the baby was even born. I think she was trying to convince the newborn that the beach was a perfect place for family get - togethers.
This client wanted something frightening to accent their video room decor. I turned the room into a dungeon with some scary people hanging around.