Mural • “Cowboys on Horseback” 14"h by 48"w • These paintings were rendered in PhotoShop utilizing traditional painting techniques. The final artwork was installed a top the archway entrances of Fort Worth Zoo, Fort Worth, TX. ©KT

Mural detail • “Cowboys on Horseback” • Arched entrance of Fort Worth Zoo, Fort Worth, TX. ©KT

Mural • “Cowboys roping calf” 14"h by 48"w • Arched entrance of Fort Worth Zoo, Fort Worth, TX. ©KT

Red River Mural- full view • The Red River Valley Museum • Vernon, TX. This 21' 11.5" w by 10' h mural depicts a view from Oklahoma’s riverbank. The scene captures a Texas cattle drive while crossing at Doan’s Store. Crossing the Red River was much feared because of the depth of water requiring cattle and horses to swim a great distance from bank to bank. Details of the interactive exhibit drawing located Concept Illustrations page. Front & center of the diorama stands a “drover attired” life cast mannequin. © KT

Red River Mural- Detail of Doan’s crossing • The Red River Valley Museum • Vernon, TX. This project was rendered digitally in PhotoShop. © KT

Red River Mural- Detail • The Red River Valley Museum • Vernon, TX. This project was rendered digitally in PhotoShop. © KT

Red River Mural- detail • The Red River Valley Museum • Vernon, TX. © KT

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, watercolor. This mural design was originally created as static art and later manipulated within PhotoShop as a simple header animation for the agencies web site. ©KT

Top detail of the Bio-accumulation mural. © KT

Bio-accumulation mural • E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center in Warren County, FL. This 4' x 9' acrylic on canvas project depicts Florida wildlife and surrounding habitat. © KT

Center detail Bio-accumulation mural. © KT

Bottom detail of the Bio-accumulation mural. © KT

Lower left detail of the Bio-food interactive mural. © KT

Bio-food interactive mural • E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center in Warren County, FL. 3' x 4' Watercolor. © KT

Center detail of the Bio-food interactive mural. © KT

Biophilia Exhibit • Bio-food interactive mural • 3' x 4' Watercolor. This exhibit panel illustrates the delicate balance of producers & consumers within the ecosystem. The 4' x9' acrylic Bio-accumulation mural is partially displayed in background. E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center in Warren County, FL. © KT

“Native girl” • This visitor shares a smile with the Witchita Life mural stand-off • Tales N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. © KT

Wichita Life mural- detail • Tails N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. This scene was rendered digitally in PhotoShop using a drawing tablet & stylist to mimick traditional paint methods. It depicts the habitat and the lifestyle of a Wichita tribe. © KT

Wichita Life mural- installed • Tales N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. • Rendering created in Photoshop, scene depicts the habitat and the lifestyle of a Wichita tribe. © KT

Wichita Life mural • Full view w/ native girl (life size) stand off • Tales N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. This scene depicts the habitat and the lifestyle of a Wichita tribe. © KT

Tales N' Trails mural- installed • Tails N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. This 5' by 7' mural was rendered in PhotoShop, depicts a “Regional history” of Texas. One of several backdrops for the exhibits graphic panels.© KT

Tales N' Trails mural- detail • Tales N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. Mural rendered in Photoshop utilizing traditional painting techniques. © KT

Tales N' Trails mural- detail of Quanah Parker, last Chief of the Comanches • Tales N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. © KT

Tales N' Trails mural- detail of Cowboy boots • Tales N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. © KT

Tails N' Trails mural- detail of lone bison • Tales N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. © KT

Tails N' Trails mural- detail of Chevy pickup • Tales N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Early incomplete diorama mock-up of the Forney exhibit (provided by Musuem Arts Inc.) depicts A1 & A2 mural exhibit walls w/ reading rail and a monitor. Museum Arts Inc. of Dallas, Texas was responsible for the design, fabrication and installation of this exhibit. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • This mock-up (provided by Musuem Arts Inc. Dallas, TX) of the diorama, suggests a tee-pee and a monitor for the A1(left). A minuteand-a-half-long video on the 47” monitor starts via push button. It gives guests a timeline of the museum, not just information on Native Americans. Exhibit wall with each murals interactive reading rails. A2 (right) This is a 30-foot mural depicting the plant and animal life of Forney, Texas before settlers arrived. The purpose of this exhibit is to let guests know the types of plant and animal life that lived here before settlers. Guests will be able to look at the rail to find animals and plants shown on both reading rail and mural. This is a “Where’s Waldo?” concept. Generally, throughout the museum, there will be ambient sounds that fit the exhibit. In this wildlife exhibit, there will be sounds of wind blowing across a prairie and birds chirping. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Detail- Agricultural Mural • This 34' by 9' diorama project was painted digitally in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet w/traditional painting techniques. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Agricultural mural for diorama • 34' by 9' • This exhibit gives visitors insights into how early agricultural industries such as cotton and hay were grown & transported as well as put to use in early Forney. Physical items (not currently shown) at right of mural will include an actual quartered wagon filled with cotton. This diorama project was painted digitally in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet w/traditional painting techniques. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Detail- Agricultural Mural • This 34' by 9' diorama project was painted digitally in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet w/traditional painting techniques. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Detail- Agricultural Mural • This 34' by 9' diorama project was painted digitally in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet w/traditional painting techniques. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Detail- Agricultural Mural • This 34' by 9' diorama project was painted digitally in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet w/traditional painting techniques. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Agricultural Mural • 30' 6" by 9' • This mural project depicts some native wildlife that existed prior to the introduction of Forney, Texas. Painted digitally in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet w/traditional painting techniques. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Detail of Mural A1 • This 30' 6" by 9' mural project was painted digitally in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet w/traditional painting techniques. © KT

Mural- Detail of Agricultural Mural, 30' 6" by 9' This mural project depicts some native wildlife that existed prior to the introduction of Forney area. Forney Spellman Museum, Forney, TX © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Detail of Mural A1 • This 30' 6" by 9' mural project was painted digitally in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet w/traditional painting techniques. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Detail of Mural A1 • This 30' 6" by 9' mural project was painted digitally in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet w/traditional painting techniques. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Detail- Mural A2 • This 20' 9" by 9' project was painted digitally in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet w/traditional painting techniques. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Detail- Mural A2 • This 20' 9" by 9' project was painted digitally in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet w/traditional painting techniques. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Detail- Mural A2 • This 20' 9" by 9' project was painted digitally in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet w/traditional painting techniques. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Early stages of installation for mural A2 • 20' 9" by 9' © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Early stages of installation for mural A2 • 20' 9" by 9' © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Early stages of installation for mural A2 • 20' 9" by 9' • Museum Arts Inc. of Dallas, Texas was responsible for the design, fabrication and installation of this exhibit. © KT

Forney Spellman Museum • Forney, TX • Mural/Berm image showing color match of painted dirt in mural (top left) w/actual dirt on berm (bottom right). © KT

Digital mural full view • Tails N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. • This 9' h by 10' w mural was created in Photoshop and utilizes traditional painting techniques. The scene depicts the life style and habitat of a Wichita tribe during the afternoon. This mural is the backdrop for the Wichita native girl life size stand off. © KT

Wichita mural- detail, left center view • Tails N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. © KT

Wichita mural- detail, left view • Tails N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. © KT

Wichita mural- detail right view • Tails N' Trails Museum, Nocona, TX. © KT

Witte Museum • San Antonio, TX • South Texas Heritage Center at the Witte Museum. Faux finish added to Monastery. Prior to paint embellishments for the dome, steeple and the clouded sky, the background structure was void of details and flat. Faux finishes were necessary for the appearance of deep surface textures & contours. © KT

Witte Museum • San Antonio, TX • South Texas Heritage Center at the Witte Museum. Faux painting was added throughout the exhibit gallery to several structures/artifacts to create weathered textures as if exposed to outdoor elements. © KT

Witte Museum • San Antonio, TX • South Texas Heritage Center at the Witte Museum. Faux finish added to Monastery. Here are several additional facades throughout the exhibit gallery. These existing structures/artifacts were weathered with paint as if exposed to outdoor elements. The iron braces were actually brand new, just painted to appear aged and rusted with watermarks. © KT

Witte Museum • San Antonio, TX • South Texas Heritage Center at the Witte Museum. Faux finish added to Monastery. These existing structures/artifacts were weathered with paint as if they were exposed to the elements. The iron braces were actually brand new, just painted to appear aged and rusted with watermarks. © KT

Witte Museum • San Antonio, TX • South Texas Heritage Center at the Witte Museum. Here are a few of the many structures & artifacts that were embellished or weathered with paint. The wagon’s wooden panels (interior) was painted to appear aged with a watermarked, sun dried woodgrain. Details such as color matching wagon wheel holding brackets. The tree bark was color matched as to blend & hide any obvious production seams. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail view of President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Painted using traditional methods within PhotoShop. Designed with interactive panels (not shown in this image), this full view 9' by 17' 6" mural was created as an historic timeline to show the influence the FRBD has had on the nation past and present. The Dallas bank is located just north of downtown Dallas and the Dallas Arts District. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail of (left side) interactive panels. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail of (center) interactive panels. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail of (right side) interactive panels. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail of Joe Namath. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail of President Kennedy and Jackie Robinson. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail of 1969 Moon landing. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail Of President Ford and Paul Volcker. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail of President Carter interactive. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail of Iwo Jima flag raising. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail of the infamous attack on Pearl Harbor. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail of Lindbergh and President Roosevelt. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail of Flapper. © KT

Mural • Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Detail of 1920's Flapper and WW1 Tank & doughboy. © KT

Toulouse • Oil on linen • Illustration project of the French impressionist, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. © KT

Stormy Sea mural • The Elliott Museum in Stuart, Florida. This 8' by 36' painting was a mural concept designed for the museums Shipwrecks Gallery. © KT

Mural • “The Stories Beneath Our Feet Exhibit” Mound House, Town of Fort Myers Beach, FL. SketchUp and PhotoShop. Full view of Florida natives from the Calusa tribe, living on the coast of South FL around 600 A.D. This interpretive painting measures 8' 7" h by 44' 7.5" w, and is mounted on the exhibit wall which faces the underground archaeological dig site. © KT

Mound House • mural detail • left view. © KT

Mound House • mural detail • center view. © KT

Mound House mural • detail of far right. © KT

Letchworth mural • Department of Environmental Protection • This 4’ x 8’ acrylic mural was painted on birch board substrate and installed at DEP headquarters in Tallahassee, FL. © KT

Mural • Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary • Full view (10' h by 18' 6" w) interpretive mural of ruins designed for Dead Sea Scrolls dig site exhibit. Fort Worth, Texas. © KT

Mural • Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary • Installed view (18' 6" w by 10' h) interpretive mural of ruins designed for Dead Sea Scrolls dig site exhibit. Fort Worth, Texas. © KT

Train mural • HobbyTown USA. Painted in bulletin enamel, this 12' by 40' backdrop was formally a projection screen that hung in the theater of the previous Cobb Park 12 theater house in Kennesaw, GA. The theater was re-purposed into this toy store. © KT

Plane mural • HobbyTown USA. Painted in bulletin enamel, this 12' by 35' backdrop was formally a projection screen that hung in the theater of the old Cobb Park 12 theater house in Kennesaw, GA. The substrate was re-purposed and installed as a mural for the remodeled toy store. © KT

Mural • Adams Outdoor Advertising, The Sports Shoe • Nike Apparel. Atlanta, GA. This 3' by 4' acrylic painting was originally created as reference to a hand painted billboard. It was later digitized as a 9' by 12' wall mural in the weight room of a Florida based health spa. © KT

Murals • Faux Facades

The studio offers a wide spectrum of services, which include several dynamic illustration styles & graphic design solutions for advertising, marketing and special presentations. Clients large and small, can receive a number of desired services at competitive studio rates. Please contact the studio to discuss your project.

All initial concepts for the illustrations and graphic designs are created digitally with a stylist or by traditional methods with graphite, pen and or brush.

All projects with “faux finishes” were created by traditional painting methods using spatterdash, sponging, and feather-streaking techniques on gessoed and/or painted surfaces.

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Witte Museum, National Corvette Museum, Mound House, Red River Museum, Forth Worth Zoo, Jonathon Dickinson Museum, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Tails N' Trails Museum, Fort Mose Visitors Center, Department of Enivornmental Protection, E. O. Wilson Biophilia Center, Elliott Museum, American Museum of Agriculture, HobbyTown USA, Mission San Luis
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Interpretive designs, interactive exhibits, wall murals, backdrops, faux finishes