Public art is my jam!

Who is this beautiful girl ? And what does she have to do with Suicide Prevention?

Creating public art is one of my favorite creative endeavors.

 It's always invigorating and soul filling to get to add art to the wild for all to enjoy!
I've had opportunities to paint all across the Colorado Front Range on many surfaces: walls, sheds, fences, even electric transformer & traffic boxes. Some cities displaying my artwork include Lafayette, Broomfield, Longmont, Fort Collins, Denver and Arvada.

I believe that everyone should have access to creative expression and the enjoyment that comes from seeing colorful and interesting art in public places.

'Greetings from LAFAYETTE'

Collaborations are amazing. I helped to paint this mural with some of my favorite public artists, SRS4murals and Marissa Aguilera Saints. Located on Klose Training building, Lafayette, CO. 2022

"You ; Matter"

The 'You ; Matter" mural is dedicated to suicide awareness & prevention. I raised $1,000 for the Rocky Mountain Crisis Hotline during its creation. 80' in Broomfield, CO. 2020

ASHA -close up

"The Hand Off"

Located in the parking lot of The Post restaurant in Lafayette, CO.
And yes, those huge waves in that wall were quite a challenge! This piece is titled, "The Hand Off" and is part of Lafayette's Alley Art Amazin' mural program. 2013

That is one wavy lady.

Look at the size of those bikes.

Public Art Piano? Exactly.

Not all artistic expressions are confined to walls! I had the opportunity to paint a piano in Fort Collins, CO as part of their engaging 'Pianos about Town' program. With an impressive count of over 100 beautifully adorned pianos, the intersection of music and art brings immense joy!

'My Neighbor Totoro Visits Waneka Lake'

Being a huge admirer of Studio Ghibli and the remarkable talent of Hayao Miyazaki, I can't help but express my love for this mural. It's definitely one of my personal favorites. 2015

a sweet little detail. Look! it's a snail ;)

"Colorado Wild Horses"