I painted this accent mural as part of a princess-themed room for a little girl’s room at a home in Lehi, UT.
A castle, a horse, a tree and other animals are on a green hill
[Nibley Park students] are creating a 10-by-14-foot glass-and-stone tile mosaic mural for an outer wall of One World Everybody Eats, a nonprofit restaurant that aims to feed the poor...It’s colorful and innocent and could only have been designed by children. — Natalie Dicou, Salt Lake Tribune
[Our parking garage] is now inviting, colorful, child-friendly and in keeping with the purpose of children’s museums, which is to encourage creativity, imagination and learning through play. — Nancy L. Johnson, Imagine Children's Museum
"It's really great for students and others to help out the community. It feels good to be a part of it." (Quoted from Peoria Republic article) — Adam Froke - 17, Mountain Ridge High School