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The Art of Juliana Hutchins

Commercial Murals

"TILE WORK"

So the marks are put around the words “tile work” because this is 100% paint.  Not real tile.  Several years ago I worked in a set dept. that did all kinds of sets for plays, movies, events and industries.  The joke when i worked there was the bossman would hand us a piece of wood…

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AVEDA MURAL

AVEDA MURAL This mural is a relatively small mural, done in the massage/therapy room of the Prescott AZ Aveda salon.  I wasn’t going to do a “painting progression” on it, but I learned some cool stuff, so here goes: I had 3 problems dealing with the space and colors requested and subject matter.  This is…

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LEARJET MURAL

LEARJET MURAL Look at the tiny light switch on the left to get an idea of the size of this mural.  This jet was photographed while it was on the ground from a high vantage point to get the angle, then superimposed with a few tricks for realism, over some clouds I photographed on a…

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MURALS FROM THE 'WAYBACK'!

The images for these murals were before the age of digital.  I wish I’d taken more pics of the work I did, but just wasn’t thinking!  I did manage a few photos though.  Here’s a few! This one was quite awesome to do!  It’s done with CANS OF SPRAY PAINT, plus a power sprayer for…

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MESA CENTENNIAL HALL DIORAMA

THIS IS THE LEFT SIDE OF THE MURAL.  Scroll down for the right side.  There were also other elements of the mural on the side walls and such.  Someday, I’ll figure out how to just post a movie of the murals I do so you can see the whole thing at once!  Till then….here’s some…

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DEER VALLEY AIRPORT MURAL painting progression

Deer Valley Airport Mural Day 1: This mural, started Feb 18th 2008 presented some logistical problems.  The mural measures 12’x5’2”, small by most of my murals standards, but it is in an awkward place, about 4’ from the ground on a wall that had quite a bit of texture, had a large built-in counter in…

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The DOLLY STEAMBOAT at CANYON LAKE murals

This is the finished (but not in the water yet) Dolly Steamboat with my murals at Canyon Lake in…well it’s out beyond Apache Junction, Arizona. This was done in One Shot Lettering Enamel, a paint I usually only use for lettering.  The paint needed to be super stout.  Good enough to maintain it’s color and…

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