If time permits, I’ll briefly highlight any new projects (commissions) that I’m undertaking on this page. Or, I might just add a few of my most memorable art projects from the past. Enjoy!

2009

  • Client: private | Type: tiled murals | Size: 0.84 sq metres | Location: Laikipia, Kenya | view work
    Description: created a design showcasing helmeted Guinean fowls in flight to be installed in the client’s kitchen

2008

  • Client: private | Type: tiled murals | Size: 10 sq metres | Location: Nairobi, Kenya | view work
    Description: created a design showcasing hippos wallowing in a swimming pool

2007

  • Client: private | Type: tiled murals | Size: 4.1 sq metres | Location: Malindi, Kenya | view work
    Description: created a design showcasing an abstract image of seahorses for a front gate

2005

  • Client: Fairview Hotel | Type: tiled murals | Size: 8 sq metres | Location: Nairobi, Kenya | view work
    Description: created a design for the swimming pool with the hotel’s logo while the dining room contained a mural with zebras.

2000

  • Client: International School of Kenya (ISK) | Type: tiled murals | Size: 127 sq metres | Location: Nairobi, Kenya | view work
    Description: created a design to be installed in the main foyer of the Art Centre showcasing the winning design that was submitted by an ISK student that year.

1997

  • Client: Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) | Type: tiled murals | Size: 5 sq metres | Location: Nairobi, Kenya | view work
    Description: created a design showcasing chickens and plants in Terminal 3

1993

  • Client: Moi International Airport | Type: tiled murals | Size: 4.59 sq metres | Location: Mombasa, Kenya | view work
    Description: created a design showcasing both helmeted and vulturean Guinean fowls

1988

  • Client: private | Type: tiled murals | Size: 3 sq metres | Location: Nairobi, Kenya | view work
    Description: created a beautiful mural that was installed in the client’s jacuzzi and the exterior walls by the entrance

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