bales and ales
acrylic on alumilite
2 murals, 12′ x 24′ each
designed to commemorate the farming and distilling industries of woodinville and painted by the community to celebrate the city’s 25th anniversary, these two symmetrical murals live on the entryway trestle to the city.
acrylic on ACX plywood and cement block
created for the washington state convention center, with help from urban artworks, this playful mixed media piece depicts the state bird of washington wrapping (or unwrapping?) a unique building in bright red ribbon.
acrylic on concrete
created with urban artworks and the downtown seattle association, level up! adds a playful narrative to an unusual gridded facade.
starting the garden
acrylic on signboard
created for the diverse community of beacon hill in seattle, this mural depicts a young girl transplanting a ginger root, signifying a new start and a fruitful future.
acrylic and spray paint on brick
created for my friend’s tech company in pittsburgh (the handsome dude in the last picture), this mural is a combination of art and advertising, contrasting some behind the scenes work with some of the company’s user interface graphics.
cut and painted expanded pvc, street signs, and cable ties
created as part of ARTEZ’s riverfront development work, this graffiti inspired quasi mural references the maze-like nature of the area and acts as a dynamic, colorful sign of exciting things to come, including a skate park in the bridge corridor.
acrylic on cement block
located on a garage stairwell in Ithaca’s vibrant downtown, this mural references the area’s rich birding culture in a cinematic scene that also pays tribute to the independent movie theatre located just feet away.
acrylic on brick
created for the arts council of indianapolis’ 46 for XLVI murals program. painted on a nonprofit dedicated to providing teachers free school supplies, this mural playfully speaks to the importance of education and creativity.
routed and painted poly-metal panels and acrylic on brick
created for the arts council of indianapolis’ 46 for XLVI murals program. mounted on a deteriorating wall next to a downtown parking lot, these shiny jacks provide a stark contrast to the wall while incorporating cars into their toy world.