Artifice, Inc. has painted many large exterior murals throughout the metropolitan region. Our murals have dotted the landscape from Georgetown to Old Town for the past 25 years. We are capable of working in many mediums and styles to suit your particular needs. Let us design your next project.
Spokes, Etc. Bicycle Mural. Mural painted on the side of Spokes, Etc., a bike shop in Vienna, VA. Mural depicts family riding on nearby W & OD bike trail. Arch size 20′ x 26′, Kiem mineral paint on masonry block.
Midtown North Community Mural, Reston, VA. Mural design by Reston artist Dana Scheurer, executed by Artifice, Inc. 2013. Keim mineral paint on parged cement surface, 20’h x 23’w.
Masonic Temple Mural, Alexandria VA. Arcade depicts what the viewer would see if the opening in the mural were real. All brick and architectural elements are painted. Exterior house paint on stucco, 23’h x 40’w.
Greetings From Clarendon Mural, Arlington, VA. Exterior mural rendered in Keim paint on stucco.
Historic Georgetown Waterfront Mural. Wisconsin and M St. NW, Washington, DC. Mural depicts a view looking towards the old Georgetown harbor at the turn of the century. Exterior mural executed in exterior house paints.
“An Oasis in the City” exterior mural on the west side of Chreky Salon, Washington, DC.
Work in progress “An Oasis in the City” mural. All bricks in the mural are painted.
History of Sierra Leone Mural. Exterior mural painted on construction wall, commissioned by Centex Construction. Children from Sierra Leone assisted with the painting of the mural which was based on their drawings.
King Street Blues, Freedom Mural, Alexandria, VA. Exterior mural of collaged patriotic images.
Washington Panoramic Mural, Residence Inn, Rosslyn, VA. Exterior mural depicting an imagined panorama of Washington and the Iwo Jima Memorial.
Washington Panoramic Mural, Residence Inn, Rosslyn, VA. Wide angled view of south wall depicting Lincoln, Jefferson, and Iwo Jima Memorials, Arlington Cemetary, Pentagon, and Washington Monument. Mount Vernon is on far right of mural. Stone wall is also painted.
Trompe-l’oeil windows, Wisconsin Avenue and N Street NW, Washington, DC. Notice cat in lower left window and bird in upper right.
King Street Blues Mural. Original mural King St. Blues Restaurant, Alexandria, VA. Mural was painted to continue the architecture on the front of the restaurant on the side of the building.
Creating illusion on King St. Blues Mural, Alexandria, VA. Detail of Bryan painting the panels on the original mural for King Street Blues.
Garden Mural, private residence, Washington, DC. Acrylic house paint on stuccoed surface.
St. James Hotel Mural, (poolside). Deep perspective looking towards landscape with Washington Monument in distance.