Mural Process Pricing " Kenny The Brush " WORLD'S FASTEST BRUSH DRIVER "Zion Library children's reading room . Mural Art Painter Ken Kupietz evolved  the concept that mural art should create spaciousness and be visually stimulating to the viewer.

Mural painting process - two murals in the children's reading room, library Zion, Illinois

Time to bring in the gear. . . .where's the coffee ?

Charcoal, tape, paint, . . . .client - "how did you paint the sky so fast" ?

Reverse tape. . . .work faster . . horizon line low " look'in down "

Roll'in bluegreen water . . . . lunchtime yet ?

My knees hurt . . . where's the pads ?

Foreground and details last . . .not done yet .. .surfs up

White wall charcoal and tape...............coffee too

Farthest away . . . . . . . . . always 1st

Horizon line high, " look'in up " blocking color back to front. . .

Blocking grass . . . . where is my 4" brush ?

Woodgraining top beam . . . visual portal effect !

It's all about the shades of green !

Don't just stand there !  . . . . . . . . . Let's GO !

I see it done in my head. . . before I ever see the wall.

West wall " look'in up " into the dunes with wildlife.

East wall " look'in down " unto Lake Michigan's emerald color.

Simple mural met their needs and their budget. This realistic style I call decorative scenic. These murals are visually engaging by implementing some simple concepts. This mural was painted in 2005 on location Zion Public Library, Zion Illinois.

Parties interested in having a project considered or with a information request about painting techniques (gladly answered) MUST, call me prior to emails. We will not open an email unless qualified by phone in advance.  262 749-2007  All the best to you and thanks !

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