Before photo - typical concrete & stucco facade

Preparing the wall surface

Preparing the canvas - plastering the wall surface

The wall starts to take on a 3-dimensional appearance

Eric in his element, 30' off the ground. He does most of the artwork by himself & researches, paints and designs each project from scratch. His wife Kathy, also an artist, serves as project manager.

After photos of the 50x58' mural - it's hard to tell you're looking at a 2-dimensional flat wall
Here are some more examples of Eric's projects....

Great American Crossroad - Bucyrus, Ohio




Liberty Remembers


After - hard to believe you're looking at a flat 2-dimensional wall
How to dress up a Shopping Mall - Niagara, NY


After - wide view

After - close ups (I wonder how many birds fly into this wall on a daily basis??)
Indoor Murals - Miller Brewery

Hallway Before - Miller Fermenting Rooms

After Photos - Past meets Present in the Miller Brewery Fermenting Rooms - hooks, clipboards and aprons were added to the surface of the murals to enhance the illusion. You're looking at flat walls!

Detail view looking down the illusional hallway in the previous mural.

Brew Room Includes 22 smaller murals - various sizes depicting historic scenes of Miller's history going back to the 19th century.

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