Professional Wall Murals and  Design

Interested in commissioning a Wall Mural for your home or business? Click here to download my wall mural questionnaire and e-mail your answers to missalisons@gmail.com

Step 1: Download Wall Mural Questionnaire and e-mail to Miss Alison- wait one week for response.
Step 2: Commission preliminary sketches- These are doodles that help plan out your design but also take time to create and plan. Every time a plan is created or reworked, there will be a $150 planning fee for sketches.
Step 3: Create and sign mural contract for all mural work.
Step 4: Pay %50 non-refundable Security Deposit to cover costs of materials and hold time on calendar for mural work.
Step 5: Create the mural!
Step 6: Pay second half of amount due upon completion

 

Wall Street Bull Mural for Abby Henry- Edward Jones Investments

A little girl with a strong spine and a bronze bull that shimmers in the sunlight... this unique piece was created for Abby Henry of Edward Jones Investments, here in Columbia, PA. Abby requested her favorite image of the bull on wall street be recreated with something that has to do with her past experiences as an X-ray technician. Together we came up with this plan and I could not be more pleased to see my bull every morning shining on her walls as I walk down the hallway to my studio. Thank you for this opportunity Abby! 

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Downtown York Arts Fest 2021 Community Mural Project

I was given an AMAZING opportunity from Sprocket Mural Works to create a giant coloring book style mural project on the walls of two brick pump houses along the Codorus across from the Heritage Rail Trail in York County. Members of the community were invited and encouraged to pick up paint brushes during York Arts Fest and help put some of their creative energy into the environment around them. An opportunity for community members  to be apart of the change they want to see in their community. To be a part of the art that they will see every day. Looking forward to more projects like this one in the future. Thank you to all  of the hands who helped put this project together over the expanse of a few weeks. 

York Day Nursery Cafeteria

WHAT. A. BLAST. Huge thank you to York Day Nursery for this opportunity to create an entire space. I haven't felt this complete since I designed the Scooby Room (if you don't know, you should probably scroll down and check it out later). Some artists are satisfied with a single wall to paint on but when you are given the freedom of the whole room you can entirely recreate the experience for every person who walks through the door. Not to mention, working together to make the space interactive with mirrors was a whole heck of a lot of fun. The people here really care for the kids who come their way and it was a pleasure to be a part of it. 

Samuel Miller Mansion Sitting Parlor and Tunnel
 

Behold! The Samuel Miller Mansion located above the ART Printing Company located in Columbia, PA. Somehow the universe brought me into the company of owners Chris and Amy Raudabaugh, and MY what things we have created together ever since! It has been an absolute dream come true to work in a historical building of such value and help bring it back to life.

What started out as a few canvas paintings turned into the entire restoration of a 200 year old brick tunnel and the designing of a beautiful victorian sitting parlor for Columbia's number one ghost hunting experience, Ghost Tours on Locust St. 

Alongside my own studio, ART Printing Company, and Ghost Tours on Locust St., my murals can be found in other local businesses like Cafe 301 and private homes. You can use paint to transform your world, whether it be your business or as close to home as your kitchen. 

Before and After photos of Victorian Sitting Parlor at Ghost Tours on Locust
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Brick Tunnel Restoration and ART Printing Company Progress Photos

Misc. Mural Work and Shenanigans