Murals are expansion — of the wall, the space, the soul! The space they inhabit changes and becomes alive. I so adore doing large scale work! Please contact me for your mural project, inside or outside.
Here are some examples of public art/community art murals I’ve led, and also indoor murals and wall treatments I’ve done in both private and business space. Community murals are such beautiful experiences, with the collaboration of other artists and neighbor participation — few things bring a community together and lifts spirits more than all creating public art together!
Please scroll down to see projects.
South Park Godzilla vs Injustice & Coronavirus
South Park Godzilla vs Injustice and Coronavirus, 6’x8’
River City Skate Park, 736 S Cloverdale St, Seattle, WA 98108
Including neighbor participation and with support from Seattle Neighborhood Group, Urban ArtWorks, South Park Arts, South Park Arts & Culture Collective. This mural came together with particularly teens and children in mind/with their input, as it is at the neighborhood skate park for them. The struggles of racial injustice and the pressures of the coronavirus pandemic are most important to represent and lift up, especially during the summer of 2020 when this was painted. Many ideas and additions are from neighborhood participants and artists, particularly Daneca Trân and her family.
Hwang Jin Yi
Hwang Jin Yi Portrait Mural, 5’x3.5’
Phorale Way Restaurant, 9418 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 9810
Phorale is a wonderful combination of Korean-Mexican-Vietnamese cuisines by chef Young Cho. The inside of his new location is entirely covered in colorful murals! Hwang Jin Yi is companion to a mural invoking Frida Kahlo, two artistic/cultural heroines who faced great societal odds and sexism, of two cultures of Phorale’s cuisine.
Birch Tree Grove
Birch Tree Grove, approximately 20’ x 8’
A stylized two-story mural inside a private residence.