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Nursery Mural

Private Residence

This San Francisco Icons Nursery Mural was designed on commission for private clients for their new baby’s room, featuring their favorite places in San Francisco.

Painted December 2023


699 Avenue of the Palms
Treasure Island, San Francisco, CA 94130

“Rocky Purslane” is a 22′ wide shipping container mural created for Mersea restaurant on Treasure Island. It celebrates the many succulents at the restaurant and adds a bright pop of color to the space.

Painted fall 2023

Tala Wine

4625 Mission St, SF 94112

This dahlia mural was designed as the visual centerpiece for Tala Wine, a woman owned, destination wine shop and bar in the Excelsior. Dahlias are San Francisco’s official flower, and this painting is based on dahlias grown by Tala Drzewiecki in her backyard.

Painted Summer 2023

Sour Cherry Comics

3187 16th St. SF, CA, 94103

“Castro Comics” and “Roxie Queer Comics” are based on the movie marquees of the Castro Theater and The Roxie Theater. Each is a cornerstone of their neighborhood. Sour Cherry Comics specializes in queer comics, graphic novels, and art.

Painted Spring 2023

Iris Mural

Private Residence

The Iris Mural evokes decorative, geometric floral designs of arts and crafts wallpaper designs and art nouveau detailing, but scaled up to a huge size. It makes a striking accent wall for its living room.

Painted Summer 2022

Floral Cut-out ‘Garland’ installation

Also at Tala Wine, I designed and built floral cut-outs for the windows. They are delicate and lacy, allowing the light to shine through and creating an interesting silhouette. They are double sided and beautiful to look at from inside or outside.

Commission your own mural!

I offer custom designed murals for both private and commercial spaces. Though I specialize in large scale botanicals, my background in scenic design gives me the experience to design whatever is best for the space. Reach out to me at to start the conversation!

Photo by Kayleigh Shawn

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