This 22' x 75' mural was commissioned by the Cook Foundation in 2019 to tell the story of Thomas Calhoun (T.C.) Walker, a local legend and American hero from Gloucester, Virginia.
A mural highlighting Cambridge, Maryland's rich African-American history, culture and heritage, particularly in the community around Pine Street, home to one of the oldest African-American...
Six background landscape murals for wildlife dioramas at the Schisler Museum of Wildlife & Natural History at East Stroudsburg University. Murals were painted on site, directly onto...
Trompe l’oeil painting of interior and exterior of a house for the Insect Zoo interactive exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC. Acrylic on wallboard.
Portraits of a client’s children, painted as if they lived during the middle ages in a medieval castle (per the client’s request). The portrait of the boys is installed on the ceiling. Acrylic on canvas.
Trompe l’oeil is used to turn a powder room into the interior of a old outhouse on a farm. Acrylic on canvas and wall.
A view of a marsh scene with a heron, red winged blackbird, bald eagle and ducks hunting in a marsh, for a kitchen in Williamsburg, Virginia. Acrylic on canvas.
A mural depicting watermen of the Eastern Shore harvesting oysters, on the Dorchester County Visitor Center in Cambridge, MD. Acrylic on cement board.
View of Mastodon as it may have appeared grazing near Saltville, Virginia over 11,000 years ago for The Museum of the Middle Appalachians in Saltville, VA. Acrylic on canvas.
Mural depicting war ravaged village during WWII for the George C. Marshall Museum at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, VA. Acrylic on canvas.
Murals showing life in first European settlement in St. Augustine in 1565 for Government House Museum in St. Augustine, FL. Acrylic on canvas.
This mural honors the crab-picking workforce so vital to the economy of the Eastern Shore of Maryland since the mid-1,800s. Each year starting in April...
A companion to "Picking Crabs", this mural celebrates the Eastern Shore of Maryland's many small fishing and crabbing towns, like Crisfield...
Every fall, tens of thousands of migratory geese and ducks traveling along the Delmarva Flyway stop on Maryland's Eastern Shore to forage...
Four murals depicting West Virginian regiments in Civil War scenes. Each mural serves as a contextual backdrop for the battle flag of the regiment...
A series of murals and trompe l’oeil in the stairwell between two floors of the headquarters of First Book in Washington, DC.
Five murals depicting early native American life for the Crisp Museum at Southeast Missouri University in Cape Girardeau, MO.
Two murals for the Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The murals show scenes from periods of East New Market’s history. In one scene, former slave and abolitionist Frederick Douglass walks down the street. Acrylic on cement board. Read more about the Chesapeake Country Mural Trail here.
A mural for the Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The mural shows five scenes from periods of Vienna’s–and the surrounding region’s–history. Acrylic on cement board. Read more about the Chesapeake Country Mural Trail here.
A mural for the Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The scene of a great blue heron eating a soft crab is inspired by James Michener’s Chesapeake. Acrylic on cement board. Read more about the Chesapeake Country Mural Trail here.
A mural for the Chesapeake Country Mural Trail on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The scene of geese arriving in the fall is inspired by a passage in James Michener’s Chesapeake. Acrylic on cement board. Read more about the Chesapeake Country Mural Trail here.
Sixteen individual murals showing outdoor scenes and wildlife from the homeowner’s property for the niches in the coffered ceiling in the billiard room. Acrylic on canvas.