Thank you for checking out my work! Below, you can find my latest finished murals, and my original paintings for sale.
Hello and welcome!
"The Eldest Boy", oil on linen, 5"x7".
Oil on canvas 11"x14"
Oil on canvas, 11"x14"
16"x20" Oil on wood panel
24"x30" Oil on canvas
John Lewis High School Mural
In 2021, my alma mater changed the school name from "Robert E. Lee" to "John R. Lewis" High School. The school sent out a call to find a muralist who could paint something for the official renaming ceremony. During my senior year at the school, I had my paintings on this wall as a student so I knew how important it was to get this job. I did, and what came out of it was historic. It allowed me to get my mural business going as well. This mural is located in Springfield, Virginia.
West Springfield Elementary School
The most community and student-driven project I've done! For this mural, I created 3 video lessons which revolved around students drawing symbols of what it means to be "welcomed, seen, and accepted" at their school. I was submitted hundreds of drawings, of which I filtered through and created full mural designs . Then students chose their favorite designs out of the bunch, and after feedback, I created the mural. Classes stopped by every day as I worked, they absolutely loved how their drawings were included in the background in the sky as well. I put in hundreds of symbols right out of student drawings, line for line.
Here is the official article for the mural reveal!
Halley Elementary School mural
This is mural created at Halley Elementary School. A very rewarding experience, as the piece was wide but I had full autonomy on the design of it. I added real students and teachers in the background on the field, in the house windows, and even students on the playground equipment.
Mount Vernon High School
A Mural I created based on the culture and excitement of Mount Vernon students. Most of those students were added in real time as they walked by and posed for me. It was amazing to meet all the different clubs, diverse ethnicities, and school spirit in the students on a daily basis.
Sidhu Moosewala Mural in Punjab
This is mural I created this past spring in my hometown village in Punjab. It's about 15 minutes away from the village called "Moosa". It's a tribute to Sidhu Moosewala who was gunned out in May. He was a breakout star and put our city and culture on the map. Every single day I would be painting there, all the locals would come play his songs and tell me the stories of how they first met him. To this day, I listen to his music almost every day.
Singh City- Mural in New Jersey
This is my first mural created for a client in New Jersey. Each letter represents something about the family's culture and interests. The journey was a difficult one because of how far this was so it took many trips to complete but I learned a lot of lessons during this. Most importantly I learned I could create a mural!