This is an ever-expanding portfolio of my abstract art murals and paintings. Click on the photos for a larger view and to zoom in. Contact me if you would like a free estimate or to discuss an abstract art mural project you have in mind for your home or business. Feel free to leave your comments, and thank you for looking. All my artwork is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
In September, I am going to paint a mural on this wall, which is in the theater area of Wonder Works, a Children's Museum in Oak Park, IL.
Thursday, August 26, 2010
As you can tell, I
like love shapes and colors; what are the letters of the alphabet but additional shapes with which to play. Here I have collaged/painted my initial 'M.' I'd like to monogram your wall, your door, etc. with one or more letters in this fashion. Give me a 26-room boutique hotel and I'll do one wall in each room! (Assign them 'room letters,' instead of 'room numbers')
Here is a good place to point out that unless you see a frame, my paintings are likely 'wrapped' canvas, like you see here.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Monday, August 23, 2010
Sunday, August 22, 2010
The owner of the beautiful Pineapple Dance Studio in Forest Park, IL requested a lotus flower motif similar to one she had seen in a book, and below is the Moroccan style border that resulted. After I completed the painting of the border, using a mixture of deep blues, turquoise and gold metallic paints, she embellished it with acrylic jewels and belly dance hip scarf coins that dazzle in the light. (Click on photos for enlargement.)
Detail of mural border at Pineapple Dance Studio, Forest Park, IL
In this room, all four walls have been muralized, from top to bottom. It is so fun and cheerful to be in this room, like being IN a painting.
Here, a variety of motifs were 'patched' together as sort of an 'abstract art mural sampler.' Consider using just the leaves or just the tree branch shapes. Use many colors - as in this room - or keep it to a more monochromatic look, or anything in between. This type of abstract art mural will bring to life spaces where you want more positive energy. Kitchens, restaurants, offices, waiting rooms, powder rooms, you name it. A mural like this makes a fun surprise if painted on the back of a powder room door. Just one wall behind a bed would make a stunning alternative to a headboard.
Here is an online portfolio of my abstract art murals and paintings. Please have a look around. Contact me if you would like to discuss an abstract art mural project you have in mind.
Feel free to leave your comments and thank you for looking.
Mary Ellen Wilson