The first group of images is a ceiling I painted in 2012/13. The "teenage" angel is based on the homeowners' daughter who is trademark is her mischievous, slightly crooked smile. The technical problem I had to solve was that the site of the mural, the domed ceiling over the dining table, was irregular enough in outline to precluded any attempt at symmetry. To solve this problem, I decided to take the irregularity even further by creating a design that suggests a giant hand has reached down and ripped the lid off the house, exposing laths and joists that frame the sky.
Following are a few images of murals I did with high-school students at St. Kilian's school in Ireland - I have to apologize for the poor quality of the photographs. Also, unfortunately I wasn't the obsessive recorder of my projects back then that I am now, and this is only a fraction of the mural work I instigated.