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Beautiful, Unique 

Wall Murals 

starting at $650!

From a simple wall treatment to a full-scale mural, custom artwork will transform and personalize your space. Call (612) 232-8440 to schedule a no cost consultation today!


For your child's room, I can paint a simple playful design to a full-scale realistic mural. I have painted lush, jungle-themed rooms, princess castles, Beatrix Potter animals, Dora, Pokemon, Noah's Ark, race cars, sports themes, underwater life, geometric designs, a balloon-filled sky.

In your home, I can paint a variety of wall treatments. I have done a wide range of textured finishes, "suede" paint, layered rag or sponge applications, and different washes. I can create a custom mural for your home, or accent spaces with decorative painting.

If you are interested in having some custom artwork in your child's nursery, bedroom, or playroom, or if you would like a faux-finish, decorative painting or mural in your home, call me and treat yourself to something beautiful and unique--designed especially for you!

From a simple wall treatment to a full-scale mural, custom artwork will transform and personalize your space. Call (612) 232-8440 to schedule a no cost consultation today!

Deep Walls Blog

  • modern nursery rhyme!

    This family wanted Nursery rhymes with a colorful modern look. I was so happy to return to this client's home to paint another nursery mural for their second child! The room was a dark purple-gray color, I thought we'd be painting over that.

  • Home Theater Artwork

    Just finished hanging some artwork for a client who has a beautiful home theater.  The decor in the lower level projection room is modern, colors are deep aubergine, grays and black. Shopping for movie room decorations, my client found most are "old-timey" and have a lot of red, which she did not want.

  • Starry Night with Dr. Who Tardis

    Lucky to meet a client who commissioned a painting for her son, who is a rabid Dr. Who fan.   I used to watch that show back in the late 70s, on channel 2.

  • tree mural in a living room

    ‚Äč Tree Mural Here is the living room before.   My client wanted a mural that incorporated the colors of the couch, as well as accent color, turquoise, like the pillows.  I felt that the couch looked a bit lonely against that white wall. The look she wanted was trees and branches, a bit like the rug in the photo,  also like the many trees in her wooded yard.

  • My Son's rooms, over the years

    Back in early 2000, when I was expecting my first and only child,  Dale, I was so glad to finally paint a nursery for my home!   When I was little, I loved the Beatrix Potter books.  I loved the idea of all the little animal families in their homes, with tiny chairs and clothes.  The idea of a tiny door in a tree for a mouse family, made me so happy!  Here are some photos of Dale's first mural, his nursery: When I moved from my first home I had to paint over the mur...

  • my garage

    Colorful garage renovation  (plus I had to use up some paint) Over two weeks in July and August I decided to make over my garage in colors that make me happy.  Started out as an idea to redo the floor...which is still going to happen. Here's some before pictures: here is the new paint job:

  • My Home And Garden Show Booth

    I always had dreaded doing the Big Home and Garden Show, but this year was different.  It went from Wednesday to Sunday.  I spent 12 hours per day (except Sunday-9) talking up my art and faux-finish skills.  What was different?

  • Rainforest Jungle Room

    This is a bedroom for  an eight year old boy.  He loves rainforest jungle animals--you can see he has a beautiful tiger picture on the wall in the "before" photo below, but he wanted more animals and a jungle to surround them.      I began this project by searching the internet for good photos of rainforest jungle plants and animals.

  • Check out this Amazing room transformation!

    During the first week of June 2009, I had some extra time and wanted to donate some art to my son's school. The nurse's office at his school, Richfield Stem Elementary, was the perfect candidate. The walls were tired and dingy, an off white that was pretty beat up.

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