Installations / Exterior

Cambridge African American Heritage

A mural highlighting Cambridge, Maryland’s rich African-American history, culture and heritage, particularly in the community around Pine Street, which is one of the oldest African-American communities in the country that dates back to the mid-1800s.  Acrylic on board.  Read more about the Chesapeake Country Mural Trail here.

Ode to Watermen

A mural depicting watermen of the Eastern Shore harvesting oysters, on the Dorchester County Visitor Center in Cambridge, MD. Acrylic on cement board.  Read more about the Chesapeake Country Mural Trail here.

History of East New Market

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.

History of Vienna

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.

“Big Bird” at J.M. Clayton Seafood Co.

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.

The Caboose at Powell Realtors

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.