Men of Iron

Location: The Paint Factory, Cromwell Architects East Little Rock, AR
Spray paint and Acrylic
About 24’ x 120’
2017

Commission mural for Cromwell Architects
Mural depicts the history of the area and development from its roots to present day, celebrating railroad and industrial workers.

Paso del Aguila / Eagle’s Pass

Location:Gallery 360, Little Rock AR Spray paint and Acrylic
About 16’ x 52’
2017

Partnered with Gallery 360, curator and organizer of an ongoing mural wall around the building, bringing in artists both local and out of town. Constantly changing, in 2017 this was my contribution during Fuss Fest (DIY Music and Art Festival) festivities.

Imagination Is Power

Location: Hemlock Court Boys and Girls Club, North Little Rock, AR
Spray paint and Acrylic
About 15’ x 75’
2016

Partnered with The Art House and the Boys and Girls Club at Hemlock Court, Funded by The Roots Art Connection.
Original Concept, and execution with assistance from my mural team.

Charlotte Stephens Mural

Location: Stephens Elementary School Little Rock, AR
Spray paint and Acrylic
About 12’ x 36’
2018

Mural done in honor of Charlotte Andrews Stephen, Little Rock’s first African American teacher and donated the land for this school.

7th St Murals

Location: 7th st and Dennison St. under the train bridge by White Water Tavern
Little Rock, AR
Spray paint and Acrylic
2016 – 2019

Original mural was done for Peace Week, but it kept getting defaced, so I organized a few artist and got out there to fix the murals as well as add new ones to strengthen our message. The community caught on and supported our endeavor. The mural is growing with color and the positive message is stronger than ever.

Coyotes Culturales, Under the Bridge

Location: Mexico/US Border, Under the International Bridge
Juarez, MX – El Paso, TX
Spray paint and Acrylic
2018

Under the Bridge Mural Festival, done in support of human rights of immigrants. Muralist from both sides of the border came together to paint massive murals with the theme of cultural coyotes, spreading peace and social message threw culture.

Surreal Dream

Partnered with Gallery 360, curator and organizer of an ongoing mural wall around the building, bringing in artists both local and out of town. Constantly changing, in 2016 this was my contribution during a month long solo art exhibit.

Rail Yard Murals

Location: The Rail Yard About 10’ x 10’ per pane Little Rock, AR
Spray paint and Acrylic 2018

Commission work for The Rail Yard restaurant.

Por los caminos de la esperanza

Location: The Nomar Theater Wichita Kansas
Spray paint and Acrylic
About 12’ x 36’
2018

Part of the Horizontes Mural Project, a juried mural program that is an artist-driven, community engagement art project that aims to connect two underrepresented neighborhoods in north Wichita

Mural Tepito

Location: Col. Tepito Mexico City, MX Spray paint and Acrylic About 20’ x 26
2017

Neighborhood mural in Tepito Mexico City