Friday, August 15, 2008

Trompe L'oeil in churches, businesses, and homes

mural in a large public hallway

 This is part of a very large mural that runs through the hallways of a church. The mural depicts multiple scenes representing a "town square" theme. The mural is over 295 feet in length, ceiling to floor.

Here I am painting a Paris scene on the wall of a travel agency.

This trompe l'oeil niche adds interest in an otherwise plain hallway.

This is a painting of the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City.

In an apartment that allowed nothing to be hung on the walls, I painted a number of pieces, including this trompe l'oeil version of Waterlilies. The frame is also painted onto the flat wall.

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