Tag archive for mural

Tooele High School

In October 2014 I was approached by the student council of Tooele High School to design and paint a buffalo mural for the gym of the school. I came up with some design ideas, the students helped to pick their favorite aspects of each, and…

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Children First Academy of Phoenix – History Mural

Children First Academy of Phoenix opened the doors of its new campus to students for the first time in late August of this year. Homeless youth in grades K-9 are brought to the school from a wide area of the valley for an educational experience…

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wAirhouse Trampoline Park

From October to November 2012 I worked with the Steele family to create the look for their new trampoline park in Salt Lake City. The park, one of the largest in Utah, has five party rooms, and a large cafeteria area. The party room splatters…

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Seven Peaks Waterpark – Tropical Mural Paintings

From the outside, not much remains of the look of Salt Lake’s Wild Wave Pool (later named Raging Waters when it expanded into a water park). Where very simple waves used to surround the entrance buildings to the park, now large leaves, flowers and vine…

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Adelaide Elementary School – Mascot Mural

I painted this school mascot mural in the lobby of Adelaide Elementary School of Bountiful, UT in July 2011. One of my most realistic children’s murals, and I had a lot of fun with it! :)

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Personal Family Physicians PLLC

Mural of a family walking through a city park painted in the hallway of Personal Family Physicians PLLC in Salt Lake City, UT. I also painted their pre-existing logo at the entrance to the office.

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Boys and Girls Club of Midvale – Ethnic Diversity Mural

In Spring 2008, I painted a mural about ethnic diversity in the Boys and Girls Club of Midvale, Utah. The result is a painting that reflects aspects of culture that I admire from various cultures (i.e. Brazilian dancing, Indian filmmaking, etc). There is also a…

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