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A wallpaper design that was created to go with the upholstery in a bedroom.
An underwater mural in London school playground. This was a blank wall with climbing stones attached to it. It has made a rather dull wall a fun feature in the school playground. It is heavily varnished so they can still climb on it too.
A racing mural for a trainer in Newmarket. It is of Arkle, a legend in the racing world. The people are Arkle’s owner the Duchess of Westminster, trainer Tom Dreaper and Arkle’s jockey Pat Taaffe. The dog in the mural is the clients terrier.
A mural in Oakesy House for the Injured Jockeys Fund. It is of horses jumping the second last fence at Cheltenham. Various people donated money to the Injured Jockeys Fund to create this rehabilitation centre – their racing colours are on the jockeys. The people looking on are famous characters in the racing world who are involved in the Injured Jockeys Fund Charity
A mural in a castle in the Scottish Borders. It is in a conservatory that only has windows on one side, so on two other sides I painted windows matching the real windows with views of what you would see if there were actual windows.
Detail of the tack room with John Oaksey’s dog.
Mural for the Injured Jockeys Fund at Oaksey House. This mural is on the second floor of the main entrance – to reach this height I used a scissor lift.
Mural of a racing yard. John Oaksey’s dog can be seen sitting in the tack room and one the horses is names after Jeremy Richardson the Chief Executive.
A bespoke wallpaper design to create an old fashioned and original room.
For a Museum in Oman I painted a giant fibre glass gun so it was an exact replica of a real gun. The metal work was also painted to look genuine. What do you think?
Stone blocking and pointing is a common technique used in trompe l’oeil to provide any surface with a stone like appearance. Can you tell the difference?
A volcano and rocky landscape painted at the end of a swimming pool. My client provided photographs from a recent holiday.
Wood Paneled Ceiling in a Library- all painted including the mouldings. This was painted for an Interior Designers Show Room.