This experimental mural on a large live edge wood working shop at a rural property in Nanaimo, BC was painted in two days. I used a loose painterly style that was influenced by the famous Canadian artist Emily Carr to create a wide landscape with whispy whimsical cedar and fir trees receding into a coastal British Columbia meadow and purple mountains in the background. As a Vancouver Island mural artist it was a great pleasure to paint this large mural inspired by the beautiful works of legendary BC artist Emily Carr.
While my artwork naturally evolves into paintings with a full level of detail and more complex scenes, that isn’t always what a mural client is looking for or the right fit for all murals. A mural with lower level of completion and less detail can sometimes be the answer to mural spaces that will only be seen from a far distance or there is a tight budget.
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