Murals & Public Art

2022
TABLE FARM
23rd & Anita, Sacramento
12 feet long by 8 feet high

Table Farm is a community food hub and living sanctuary in Hollywood Park, Sacramento. I worked with a fabulous youth group to design and paint a mural on their garden shed inspired by Table Farm’s mission of “Rooted, Growing, Reaching.”

2021 – 2022
COMMUNITY MURALS SACRAMENTO
4611 Freeport Blvd, Sacramento
98 feet long by 22 feet high and 12 feet high

Community murals are distinguished from other mural types because they include community collaboration and input in all phases of the project. The concept of this mural is based on conversations and feedback from members of the Hollywood Park community.  It depicts plants, birds, butterflies, and bees chosen specifically to represent both personal connection to the neighborhood and mixed local cultures.


2020
CAPITOL ART BOX
9th & Capitol, Sacramento

When I learned my box would be in front of the state capitol I knew I wanted to insert some strong California-Girl-Power into the district.  The image of my childhood best friend would add the perfect energy. The original painting is mixed media on a four-foot by six-foot wood panel.  I superimposed California poppies around the box as a nod to the state capitol.  To me, having a powerful young, female presence in front of the capitol brings fresh energy to the political landscape. 


2018
HISTORIC GUILD THEATRE
Oak Park, Sacramento
80 feet long by 30 feet high

Oak Park is a diverse and rich community in Sacramento.  The image I painted on the historic Oak Park Guild Theatre is designed to reflect its powerful spirit.


2017
PRIVATE NURSERY MURAL

A private mural commission of a colorful underwater scene featuring sea turtles.


2015
CAMPBELL ART BOX
901 Campisi Way

A whimsical art box featuring dogs and a fanciful orchard tree (including oranges, apples, and dog bones). The city of Campell is known for being dog-friendly and established on orchard land.

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