Federal Hill Mural

The 26’ long mural I’ve been working on this month is complete! I started with primer, a loose sketch of the scene, filled in details with acrylic, applied a soft cream background, and finished with an anti-graffiti coating. It’s located in front of Lekker Seiromushi, a Japanese-Korean fusion BBQ restaurant at 210 Atwells Ave, Providence. Next time you’re in the area, be sure to stop in for some delicious ramen or bibimbap with a sip of soju, which I now know is a Korean version of sake.

Asian Bottles Having A Party

I’ve started work on a new commission, and this is an interesting one. The project is to paint a mural of cartoon drinks from Asia celebrating in a Last Supper style scene. It’s unique, fun, and I’ve got to get it done before it gets too cold outside! I just put the basic drawing down, and next I’ll add tone and color to the 4x26’ wall.

Angel Wings Mural

A recent commission was to paint angel wings at a restaurant, intended as a sort of “instagram corner” for the enjoyment of customers. I’ve included process photos for how I started with light lines for symmetry, drew the feathers, then filled with highlights and shadows. It was a welcome step away from my typical work.

Electrical Box Murals in Providence

Throughout this spring and summer, I have worked with the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council to design and paint fourteen murals on electrical boxes along the river running from downtown to Olneyville in Providence. It's part of a massive plan to beautify the area once ruined by textile factory pollution. The river greenway now has parks, bike lanes, cleaner water, and murals to improve the surrounding community.

My commission was to work within their color and logo branding while implementing plants and animals native to the river ecosystem. I'm proud to be a part of this great project!

Lekker BBQ Mural

I designed and painted an 8x16' mural for a new restaurant opening soon, Lekker BBQ. The scene is a narrative of the history of BBQ, starting with Paleolithic man hunting and eating meat, progressing to a campfire, then to cookouts, and finally the modern eco-friendly smokeless BBQ system featured at Lekker, which will be the first of its kind in New England.