Hello! Thanks for looking at my murals! I use high quality mural paints for both interior and exterior paintings. Below are some interior and exterior murals I’ve done recently. I offer free consultations. Please contact or fill out the contact form on my website for your free consultation. (As of 2/26/2020 I am booked until September 2020. Please contact me asap to get on the list for 2020 or 2021.)

Mural illustration art for domestic violence awareness

This mural was done as a mixed media work, then scanned and printed on metal. It hangs outside of Water Street Studios in Batavia, IL. The art was commissioned by Mutual Ground, a local domestic violence shelter. The original art hangs behind their reception desk. Read more about the project here.

Oak Park, Illinois “Wall of Murals” by the CTA Green Line Oak Park Stop. I painted “Turtle Astronomer” in 2019. The “Mini Murals” have been painted by a variety of artists over many years. It’s quite impressive and creates a fun atmosphere on that street.

Beautiful family photo in front of the Moon and Stars Mural. Photo by Sarah Holbert Photography.
Family Tree Mural. This family used the tree to hang family photos. Add a heart with your initials on the trunk too!

Most of my designs translate very well into mural paintings. Colors and compositions can be easily adjusted. Commission your own idea, or take a peek at my gallery for inspiration. Below are some examples of how my designs would look on exterior walls.

Here is an example of what “Volcano” would look in a pink color scheme on a wall. This was designed for a yoga studio as the peacock is the bird of India, the birthplace of yoga.
“Volcano” in Hot Pink, 2019. A peacock sits on a fruit tree, which is born from a volcano.
This design is based off of a commission for two Milwaukee musicians. It shows two crayfish floating on Lake Michigan with musky and bluegill in the water, sailboats in the background.
This is an elongated design of “The Treehouse” in blue. It tells the story of two sisters who were tricked by an evil monster (not shown). They were turned into phoenixes and built a magical tree house.
Here is what “The Treehouse” looks like on a wall.
“Egg Moon” in red. The dragon around the moon is inspired by a quote by George R.R. Martin. “Once there were two moons in the sky, but one wandered too close to the sun and cracked from the heat. A thousand thousand dragons poured forth, and drank the fire of the sun. That is why dragons breathe flame. One day the other moon will kiss the sun too, and then it will crack and the dragons will return.”
This is an elongated version of “Woodland Walk” designed for a long wall. See below. Many little animals are in the forest. How many can you see?