A Rube Goldberg inspired hand drawn/painted Mural:
Stenciled Foyer, with handmade (by me) stencil:
Technology themed chalkboard art wall that I drew on:
Hand numbered doors:
Painting touchups on the custom backdrop that I did (I also created/cut the stencil I used) for Showtime's "The Borgias Unveiled" event in Atlanta:
And the final result:
i also painted the showercurtain to match!
i did a fun '60's-looking pattern on this wall, to resemble the look of wallpaper!
brick walls painted to look like old signs...distressed as well...
painted bar - turquoise and brown:
cherry tree mural:
in the works
in this room, i used a flat enamel to basecoat the walls, and a high-gloss of the same soft grey to do the gourd pattern on the wall. the overall effect results in a wall-paper like look.
the bridges home theater mural: (my apologies for the bad photo here!)
the snack bar: i painted the words to look like a neon sign!
yummy sundae :)
harlequin pattern on a watercloset wall:
simple glazework inside a dining room, and faux stone-brick painted on the arched doorway for an "italian" style room:
this powder room was painted an olive green, then i did a dark brown glaze on top of it. to finish it all off, i did a bronze/black swirl decorative pattern on the tops of the walls.
decorative swirls in a kitchen to mimic the ironwork in the chandelier:
i painted a white silhouette of a horse on a chic, downtown loft. such a cool idea!
decorative pattern hand-painted onto a wall to resemble the look of wallpaper:
before: this floral fireplace was not fitting in well with the university of georgia-themed office at my client's home:
i painted a bulldog, the famous 'arches', the "G" and a UGA helmet to complement the rest of the room!
stripes in a bathroom:
"italian garden view" mural:
I painted this chandelier in distressed silver tones, to match the room better (the silver areas were previously gold!):
i painted these walls with chalkboard paint, then drew on them for my client:
here is a bicycle and hostess stand i painted at a restaraunt:
here is an example of painting switchplates to blend in with the backsplash - i can mimic any tile, stone, glass, etc., finish that you have:
restroom doors at a restaurant: