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

This b/w concept illustration of a Spanish Colonial woman and child with artifacts (wash basin on the table & chamber pot). The content of these interpretive illustrations were meant to connect to the Spanish Colonial history of the city, and artifacts that have been found in archeological excavations. The final color version was approved, then transferred onto glass wall tiles and installed within several visitor centers facilities in the City of St. Augustine, FL Arts District. © KT

Detail of concept for earth lodge. • Glore Psychiatric Museum • St. Joseph Western Heritage- St. Joseph, MO

Concept for earth lodge. Full view • Glore Psychiatric Museum • St. Joseph Western Heritage- St. Joseph, MO

Concept for pioneers of western cabin. • Glore Psychiatric Museum • St. Joseph Western Heritage- St. Joseph, MO

Rocket girl for World of Wonder • Concept 1 • Storefront remodel, WOW • Texas based non-profit organization seeking to inspire a life-long love of learning by giving children the opportunity to imagine, create and explore in a hands-on educational environment.

Crate kids for World of Wonder • Longview, Texas • Concept 2 • WOW storefront remodel

Fiction fantasy for World of Wonder • Longview, Texas • Concept 3 • WOW storefront remodel

Wow kids for World of Wonder • Longview, Texas • Concept 4 • WOW storefront remodel

Whale Hunt- concept 1 • The Elliott Museum in Stuart, Florida. This early illustration concept was designed as a vertical wall graphic for the museums "Early Peoples Exhibit". © KT

Whale Hunt- concept 2 • The Elliott Museum in Stuart, Florida. This early illustration concept was designed as a vertical wall graphic for the museums "Early Peoples Exhibit". © KT

Paleo hunter diorama- Concept A • South Florida Museum, Bradenton, FL. © KT

Archaic woman and child diorama- Concept B • South Florida Museum, Bradenton, FL. © KT

Illustration Concept • Jonathon Dickinson Museum • Stuart, FL. "Held captive" Exhibit scene depicts shipwrecked "Reformation" off South Florida coast in 1696. It's passengers, crew and cargo threatened, plundered, pilfered by Jaega Indians. © KT

Concept illustration • Marine Science Center at Ponce Inlet, FL. This b/w drawing depicts the exhibit having a translucent jellyfish sculpture with a jellyfish wall graphic, informative interactive displays, shipwrecked touch tank with reading rails, a giant cownose manta ray sculpture hanging overhead, reefs tanks and other sea creatures & elements of the sea. © KT

Concept illustration • Marine Science Center at Ponce Inlet, FL. This painted version depicts the revised exhibit with a sculpted Jellyfish and jellyfish wall graphic, informative interactive displays, shipwrecked touch tank with reading rails, reefs tanks and other sea creatures & elements of the sea. © KT

Red River Mural • 3/4 view • The Red River Valley Museum • Vernon, TX. This 21'. 11.5" w by 10' h wall mural. The interactive diorama features a "drover attired" life cast mannequin front & center of the mural and directly behind the reading rail. Museum Arts Inc. of Dallas, Texas was responsible for the design, creation and installation of this exhibit. © KT

Red River Mural • Front view • The Red River Valley Museum • Vernon, TX. This 21'. 11.5" w by 10' h wall mural. The interactive diorama features a "drover attired" life cast mannequin front & center of the mural and directly behind the reading rail. Museum Arts Inc. of Dallas, Texas was responsible for the design, creation and installation of this exhibit. © KT

Illustration and Design Concepts

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.