Mural at Newcastle Bible Church
Newcastle Bible's mural is located in the children's area. When asked to turn this area into a camp known as "KidZone". We incorporated 3 dimensional trees and even painted the floor and the side of water fountains in order for them to become a forest feel. The largest room is faux finished to appear as an interior of a log cabin.

The mural below at one time adorned the wall of a restaurant. It measures 4x44 feet and is entitled, "In My Father's House.."  Inspired by photographs of Tuscany and the Dogne ,as well as Great Britain and even the suare of the small city of Washington, Il.  An estimated  ____ people were involved in one way or another. Either by helping to paint, fill in colors, helping to figure out the multiple perspectives etc.,  this mural took nearly 4 months to complete.

Beginning of the 44 foot mural
"Circuit Lawyer" Mt. Pulaski, Il
Commissioned by the "Looking for Lincoln" association this mural is in Mt. Pulaski, Il. The tribute to Abraham Lincoln is on the side of a current building that stands where the "Pulaski House"  a traveler inn once stood that Mr. Lincoln would stay at if needed while he was in town.  Legend has it that he preferred to stay almost anywhere else commenting that, "------"

The picture was first done as a "blueprint" of what the mural would look like and it can be purchased as a giclee print in various sizes.

"The Den" Cave mural at LettieBrown Elementary School
Lettie Brown Elementary school in Morton Il., commissioned us to turn a storage closest into a cave or den for the children to have a special room to study.  We show before and after shots and even include some in progress photos with the artists hard at work.