Faux wood grain, Utah sandstone, and scorpion. Acrylic on wood.
Constructed a small 3-panel screen and painted stripes and oak leaves hanging from the front.
Another mini folding screen with a painting below.
A very large canvas with curious objects and poppies. – Another commission from a patron in Los Altos, California. 4’x6′
A detail of a large canvas.
Client request for a painted door. This was on the entryway to the living room.
Got a commission to draw a portrait of “Thatcher” a client’s dog. Painted on the lid of a large rectangular wooden box that I had made.
Acrylic on panel. – This painting fit into a fireplace opening to cover the the hole when not is use. – It worked quite well!
I had the chance to paint a room with a Trompe-l’oeil library of books, objects and family memorabilia all placed on the faux shelves. – Quite a project. Spent about 3-4 months on all the paintings. Will be adding more images to this post.
Drawing for a hand-painted floor in a small lobby entryway in an apartment building in San Francisco, Pacific Heights. Also final photos. A very early project probably around 1988.
Painted canvas wrapped on wood structure to show a model of the Sonoma county courthouse before the 1906 earthquake when it was completely destroyed.