Working Shot of Mural at Burning Man 2019
El Sarape, Olympia WA
Hand painted with acrylic paint. Approximately 15 ft x 8 ft
“Firefly” at Burning Man 2019, Semi-Trailer Mural, 4 x 16m reference photo by Harry Williams Photography, of @fireflyoshenesis
Photographer: Matt Burn. @mattburn_photography
Cropped version of photo by Matt Burn. @mattburn_photography
Photographer: Matt Burn
Hand painted with acrylic paint.
photographer : Matt Burn
This mural was inspired by the historical musicians that celebrated cannabis reform. From left to right is Bob Marley, Willie Nelson, Jerry Garcia, and Louis Armstrong. I enjoyed the passerbyers telling me their personal stories of all these men. Music transcends. This was a pleasure.
All free hand with outdoor acrylic paint.
Painting brass may be one of my favorite things.
I made his arms too small at this point. He wasn’t his truest self.
Working Shot at Over the Rainbow Tea Bar, Bellevue, WA
The second wall for LazerX was done with a similar style to the Sniper. Also with acrylic paint and paintbrush.
Done in an Asian-Fusion restaurant in Fitzroy, Melbourne. Freehand with acrylic paint. Approximately 14 ft by 8 ft.
There was much symbolism worked into this piece; sign language, flowers, and partnership. This was a pleasure. All hand painted with acrylics.
Hand painted with acrylic paint. This one is a few paint splatters away from finish.
(This layout may look a bit familiar.) Hand painted with acrylic paint. 12 ft x 8 ft
Freehand, done with acrylic paint.
This was the largest piece I have done to date. The objective of this mural was to encompass movement and energy. Designing this mural and painting it was all truly a pleasure. The school is very lucky to be working with the person I did.
All done freehand with outdoor acrylic paint. Some paint rollers made their way into this one. (And some nice arm muscles from climbing up and down the scaffolding like a chimpanzee.)
This is my only photo of this piece. I wish it was a bit less blurry…All freehand done in acrylic paint. This was commissioned by a very close friend who trusted me to paint on the wall of her business. (Permission was given to divulge this information.) She gave me the reigns, and was open to my vision. This piece was my first look at what I could do with just three colors and a little trust. It surely has guided my feet.
Free hand, Acrylic
4 ft x 5 ft
This was done in a day using paint and paint pens. The process was very efficient; Simple base layer of paint, then one thousand scales.