Hand Painted Wall Pocket Mural

Murals are one good solution to decorating a small area. In this case the area above the toilet. Although this was not a small master bath my client wanted something that wouldn’t protrude from the wall above the toilet and that he wouldn’t have to dust. After applying a faux finish to the walls, most […] […]

Simple Brushstrokes on Furniture

Impromptu painting isn’t my forte (Do you know what I mean?) but it so happened I had with me the items I needed to paint the two pieces of furniture, a sanding block, tack rag and I would be using the same colors that I had used for the quote above the double entry doors to the master […] […]


Inside this lovely home the builder greeted us. The designer told him of the dilema. He said, “Well, since you are here let me see what you’ve got.” We walk to the kitchen and I open my portfolio and proceed to show my designs. He looked at the first three sample boards and said, “That’s […] […]

Jenny’s Favorite Things

Tomorrow I will back talking about “My Voyage to Painting Murals, again.” Today I thought I would interject a fun little painting project. Earlier today I met with a potential client and wanted to refer her to my website to see this room but realized I hadn’t posted photos to my website yet. Jenny was seven […] […]

Update that Resume

As a follow-up to an earlier post entitled “Be Fearless”, I did get the commission for the painting in the Birthing Operating rooms in a local hospital. Still, it amazes me the care they give to assure the comfort of their patients and staff. To learn more about this special hospital and its services read […] […]

Murals to Soothe the Soul

Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs gives such attention to detail when it comes to the comfort of their patients. The oncology area is a special place because of this attention to detail. Each room has a window with wooden blinds and a fabric covered cornice that coordinates to the bedspreads. Each room even has a […] […]