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    Murals thrive in public places. So as you browse through my web page, you might wonder why I paint walls that few people will ever see. I realize the irony here, in creating spectacles of hidden corners. On account of their invisible existence to the outside world, I am relocating my walls- to the World Wide Web, of course. (After all, cement walls do not travel well).

    The first mural I ever painted was the wall nearest my paintbrush-in my bedroom (to my parents' delight). Two years later, in 1998, my Uncle Mark bought a giant warehouse. Little did he know at the time, he had also opened the door to my painting palace. Starting with a mural for my high school senior project, I began to paint the warehouse walls even though I knew my uncle and his cats were my only immediate audience. Unfortunately, I could not bring the warehouse to college with me, so I had to search for new walls to paint- which didn’t take long. A friend of mine invited me to paint bedroom walls at a nearby hospital, where she worked. After that, I had hoped to paint the bedroom walls of my current apartment. To my dismay, my landlord stood reluctant on the matter. So here I sit surrounded by the blank, expressionless sheet-rock of my room. But thanks to the Internet, I have found a portable palette- and at least my computer screen is not barren like my walls. Enjoy the web-site!


smallanimals.jpg (4715 bytes) Beastly Beginnings  '96

    smalldragon.jpg (4539 bytes)     Of  Dragon-Sized Proportions '98

   smallfairy.jpg (4261 bytes)      A Fairy Big Wall  '99

smallwhales.jpg (4584 bytes) Under The Sea'ling   '99            smallsunflower.jpg (2307 bytes)              Cats In The Corner  '00 smallsun.jpg (3690 bytes)    Murals in the Making 
smallwyland.jpg (2773 bytes) My Mural Inspirations

        3demail.gif (25188 bytes)            Contact Me     

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