The artist standing next to “Wild Horses” a mural on an electrical box in Bastrop, Tx. Insert is how the box looked before the mural
“Wild Flowers” – a mural on an electrical box in Bastrop, Tx. Photo below shows the other side of the box, and insert shows what the box looked like while I was priming it.
The other side of “Wild Flowers” mural.
“Music Box” – my mural on a transformer box in Bastrop, Tx. This mural won the people’s choice award for 2015.
“Bastrop Chickens” – another mural I painted. Bastrop has a wild chicken sanctuary on Farm Street. You can drive down the street and watch the chickens – or be stopped by them because they do cross the road. A black hen watched me painting this mural for 2 days – she was 3 blocks outside the sanctuary though.
“Those who Came Before” – another of my murals in Bastrop.
The paint was flaking off the hood of my old van, so I painted it. What? You didn’t expect an artist to paint it white to match the rest of the van, did you?
The Beer Barn Mural. I painted this with the help of a troop of Girl Scouts. It is a building in a park in Elgin, Tx (concession stand – hence the name). All 4 sides are painted.
“Babette’s Blue” – a mural I did on wood for a patron who wanted it fit into a specific place in her home.