Residential Murals

Columbia, MO

Columbia, MO

Commissioned mural for the kitchen area. Abstract flowers.

Columbia, MO

Columbia, MO

A mural that covered a wall 15'x26' tall. Located in the dining area.

Columbia, MO

Columbia, MO

Cowboy & Horse for a "Tween's" bedroom

Columbia, MO

Columbia, MO

Detail look at the Cowboy

St. Louis, MO

St. Louis, MO

Mural painted on the kitchen wall to add to the French Country style.

St. Louis, MO

St. Louis, MO

A squash painted on the other wall in the kitchen.

St. Louis, MO

St. Louis, MO

Mural painted to look like the Americana style. Done in the dining room.

St. Louis, MO

St. Louis, MO

Another view of the mural painted to look like the Americana style.

Mexico, MO

Mexico, MO

Faux window of an Italian scene. Guest bathroom

Holts Summit, MO

Holts Summit, MO

Mural done in the master bath.

Holts Summit, MO

Holts Summit, MO

Mural done in the master bath.

Holts Summit, MO

Holts Summit, MO

Mural done in the master bath.

Columbia, MO

Columbia, MO

Faux window with shutters. Faux finish on the wall.

Columbia, MO

Columbia, MO

Monochromatic mural done in the master bath.

Lee Summit, MO

Lee Summit, MO

Scene: Ancient Grecian buildings painted on a domed ceiling.

Lee Summit, MO

Lee Summit, MO

Continuation of the Grecian buildings painted on a domed ceiling.

Lee Summit, MO

Lee Summit, MO

Mural painted on a curved wall in a hallway. Colums fauxed and faux stone added to side wall.

Lee Summit, MO

Lee Summit, MO

Closeup of one of the castles.

Lee Summit, MO

Lee Summit, MO

Closeup of one of the castles.

Lee Summit, MO

Lee Summit, MO

A commissioned piece. A painting of the ruins of the Colosseum. This was to match the rest of the murals in the house.

Master bathroom

Master bathroom

Fauxed walls with an simple scene that wraps around the room.

Italian church

Italian church

Commissioned piece size:4'x 5' Acrylic on canvas

Bathroom Topiaries

Bathroom Topiaries

This work was featured in "Inside Columbia" Magazine.

Tulip Ceiling

Tulip Ceiling

This work was featured in "Inside Columbia" Magazine.