This mural was originally done before I switched to digital imagery. It was hand painted in acrylic at a size of 3.5' X 7'. I reworked it digitally by basically repainting it at a much larger scale in Photoshop. It is now available for reuse or as a wall mural at lengths of up to 35'. It depicts some of the cetaceans found in New England waters.
The original acrylic hangs in my veterinarian's office behind the reception desk. Thanks John Kelley!
Species depicted: Humpback whales, Bottlenose dolphins, Finback whales, Minke whale, North Atlantic Rght whale, Harbor porpoises, Pilot whales, Blue whale, Melon-headed whale, Atlantic White-sided dolphins, Sperm whale.
Hello and welcome to my blogs!
I have two blogs currently:
Mural blog: (www.harmon-murals.blogspot.com) and Fine Art blog: (www.bharmon.blogspot.com). On this (mural) blog you will find art that incorporates groups of plants and animals and the landscapes they live in; ecosystems and food webs, to be used for publication and display.
Traditionally my murals were created with acrylic paints on board. I have now converted to working digitally, up to 150 feet in length (thus far). My murals are being used in museum displays, at visitor centers, and in homes and offices.
Please contact me if you are interested in contracting a mural. I typically work with natural science subject matter but am open to other arenas.
Fine Art blog: (www.bharmon.blogspot.com): fine art paintings of landscapes, birds, fish and horses.
For more art and illustration please visit my website at www.barbaraharmon.com. Thanks for visiting!