The completed 53 foot long mural in Nanaimo, BC was inspired by iconic BC artist Emily Carr. The painting utilizes large loose brush strokes that form partial curves and swirls generating movement from one side of the artwork to the other.
This 60 by 8 foot painterly landscape blends a whispy sky and clouds with curves of paint and impressionist brush strokes. As a Vancouver Island mural artist I enjoy painting local scenery like this mural in Nanaimo.
A blacktail deer was painted in a modern mural style with white lines like a large illustration. A lush Nanaimo landscape mural with broad painterly brush strokes in green, blue and purple can be seen through the illustrative deer.
Hand painted like a sketch with purple lines that let the background landscape show through, a black bear enters this rural Nanaimo mural. I enjoy this contemporary mural style of adding subjects with an illustrative drawing over a painted background.