Spanish Revival home, West Los Angeles, CA
We loved the colors of ancient Mayan murals, but not the violent themes, so we substituted musicians and dancers.
Mayan Mural Detail
After painting the mural, we rubbed and sanded it, to look ancient and faded.
Doberman Angel Mural
This client has a sense of humor and requested something colorful above the kitchen sink. This motif is ancient Greek, but we substituted a Doberman (they have three) for the cherub's face.
Patterned Mural Detail
This is hand-painted, not wallpaper.
Patterned Fresco Mural
Inspired by a fresco in the Piazza Davanzati, this was taken in a Mexican direction by adding small animal motifs, here and there.
Rousseau Garden Mural
By substituting a dark background for Rousseau's usual blue, we achieved a naive, but not childish look.
By alternating transparent cool greens over warm greens, we achieved a watercolor effect.
Mural of Mexican Lake
A mural of the homeowner's favorite place in Mexico includes his dogs drinking out of a Mexican fountain.
Green Faux Finished Walls
A rich, water-color effect is achieved by layering warm and cool greens.
Blowing Tree Mural on Coral Faux Finished Wall
Blowing tree in deep brick red, on a coral background, for a couple who looooves color