A collection of murals from over the years
I don’t accept mural commissions any more, except perhaps for very rare occasions.
A short video taken by my wife, Anna, after I had left Russia. (This project was in the center of St Petersburg) She did this for me, as I hadn’t seen the completed flat. Pics of this 1 1/2 year project below.
Here, you can explore the ceiling work done in four different rooms. (The same Russian project as in video above. 2012) Click for slide show scrolling.
Painting a wine cellar at the entrance to a wine tasking room. 2002
This was a fun project inside a residential conservatory. This room was attached to an adjacent wine cellar on a below-ground level. I was asked to paint a scene of the lavender fields and vineyards of southern France, where the owner liked to frequent. He also asked for other extras, which are shown here. 2006
A fantastical sea with dolphins jumping out of the water was asked of me for this scene. 2004
This was a city public art project in Pittsburg, PA, USA. I submitted the sketch, shown here, as the concept. This area of the city was looking for a visual theme to portray a bright future and development. I was asked to adjust the composition due to the power lines connected to the building, which required me to maneuver the lift carefully around it. I then went for a broken, crumbling wall appearance, exposing the new future underneath. 2005
A fun project for Missoula, Montana.. my home town. Entitled “Garden City Tree of Life”, it’s a vision of the colorful personality and vibrancy of Missoula.. which is known as The Garden City. With it’s rich history and usage of the “peace sign”, I wanted to include it in the mural itself. If you can’t see it, squint a bit, and notice the tree of life is actually a peace sign, upside down. 2010
A decorative mural to make a tiny room look larger. 2003
A dinning room mural, to look out over the sea. 2005
Although many more projects were completed, only a few are shared here.