This mural was painted
on an exterior stucco
patio wall in Delray Beach, Florida.
This mural was painted on a flat wall in Sparta, NJ. This faux niche and trompe l'oeil wine bottles occupy a space between the clients' wet bar cabinetry.
This landscape painting came about from the clients' liking of a large wall tapestry called "Lake Como".
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A niche was painted to match the paneled windows along this hallway.
This patio mural on stucco gives a sense of fun to an ordinary space.it
A sky mural painted above a tub wall. The two columns were white until a faux marble finish was applied. A handpainted border ties things together.
The trellis sky is in a breakfast area off of a kitchen. The mahogany crown moulding is actually an artistic finish to match the nearby cabinets.
Sky ceiling in a domed entry in West Palm Beach.
This wine closet was treated with a vine mural along with an old world wash and dry brush artistic effect. The inside of the closet had elements of distressed block added.
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The outside of this wine closet is given the Old World touch.
This false window with grape vines resides in a wine closet in one of Palm Beach's most prestigious equestrian communities.
This 12' x14' landscape in West Palm Beach borrowed elements from several other art pieces and were combined into this one painting.dit
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"Odd Vegas" 10' X 7' A composite of Las Vegas through different eras.
A faux drapery is an interesting border in this guest bathroom.
For a Jersey client in Boynton who misses the trotters!
The only person who is going to see this mural is the owner of this closet.
Old World murals are always popular no matter what the current trends try to dictate.
Trompe L'Oeil arch in residential foyer
Trompe L'oeil Window
Key West Patio Mural on heavily stuccoed walls!
This patio mural on stucco is 12 stories up on a balcony!! The tree serves as a way to hang ceramics.
Trompe L'oeil window showing a client's pets past and present in a park.