|I did this mural and signage for Primo's 15 years ago, and it NEVER peeled or faded! wow!
I do great work!
All I need is good surface prep, and my work will last for decades.
|My good friend,
asked me to help
with some set design work
for a barmitzvah
I painted the Welcome sign
seen above a "cave" entrance,
and a whole lot of faux coral.
|This is a stairwell / hall mural
I did of a white picket fence
|This 10' wide by 8' high painting
is a mural I did on an apartment wall,
of a famous Wassily Kandinsky Painting called
Circles and Squares
|These photos (above) are of a set I helped paint for a High School play,
The Wizard of Oz.
The photo on the far right shows walls that were 20 feet high.
They rotated, one side (shown) had the dark forest on them, and the other had the farm field and haystacks.
|I understand how to take a concept from the drawing board to production/manufacture. Here's a sign that was made using my work. (*I'm an equal opportunity designer- if it pays, I'll probably do the job.)|
|I was commissioned by the State of Michigan to repaint two identical park signs with the new name, William G. Milliken, in a font that matched the adjacent signage.|
|I was commissioned by one of hte owners of Oasis Golf Center to hand paint this sign / mural on the wall of the Plymouth, MI location.|
|Julie lettered and pinstriped this 1897 tender tank that holds 18,000 gallons of water and rides behind the locomotive that Henry Ford used to drive around his estate for fun! It is now in use in a 2.5 mile track at The Henry Ford Museum at Greenfield Village in Dearborn, MI.|