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.
Mural depicting war ravaged village during WWII for the George C. Marshall Museum at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, VA. Acrylic on canvas.
A series of murals and trompe l’oeil in the stairwell between two floors of the headquarters of First Book in Washington, DC.
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 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.