murals and specialist decoration









faux stone blocking in mural of ruins

faux stone blocking mural showing archaic ruins

trompe l'oeil mural details

The technique is here seen being used to link extant architecture (just visible in top right hand corner) to the fictive theme of ancient ruins and open sky. Faux ashlar stone blocking is an ideal transitional element between the real areas of a space and the fictive areas which are included in a mural. The colours, tones and textures can all be adjusted to accommodate many design briefs or fit within existing elements of a designed space. This work was executed in artists oils and undertaken for a private client in London U.K.