Murals: Collaborations

The following mural projects were created through collaborative efforts between myself, as the designer, and employees, children and other creative individuals.

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Gilsum's 250th Anniversary

Gilsum, New Hampshire

 Completed: 2013


I designed and coordinated the creation of this mural in conjunction with the town's 250th celebration. It was largely painted by students, using the grid method, during the elementary's after-school and summer program. The mural features a visual timeline of collaged historical images to modern times of Gilsum's Main Street, and the 250th logo.


At least two dozen or more students, ranging in ages from  5-12 contributed to this mural project and it can be viewed in the gymnasium where town meetings are held.


Keene, New Hampshire

 Completed: 2013


This mural was created as part of Cheshire Medical Center's Employee Wellness  "Take The Stairs" initiative. By reimagining the walls of a main stairway with murals at each mid-floor landing, employees, patients and visitors would choose to take the stairs over the elevator for their health! The over-all theme of the stairwell was "hiking up Mt. Monadnock"...and this particular mural features a view of the summit from half-way up, in a fun, three-panel, stain-glass style.


While some of the murals were painted by me or other artists, two of the murals, the 3rd and 5th floor landings were painted almost entirely by employees and their family members over the course of several months, while I provided instruction, encouragement, and comic relief.





Cheshire Medical Center
Gilsum Elementarty 
Student Mural
Stairwell A - 3rd Landing
Employee Wellness Mural
Cheshire Medical Center
Stairwell A - 5th Landing
Employee Wellness Mural

Keene, New Hampshire

 Completed: 2014


This mural was created as part of Cheshire Medical Center's Employee Wellness  "Take The Stairs" initiative. By reimagining the walls of a main stairway with murals at each mid-floor landing, employees, patients and visitors would choose to take the stairs over the elevator for their health! The over-all theme of the stairwell was "hiking up Mt. Monadnock"...and this particular mural features a view from above the summit from the perspective of a helicopter, in a fun, three-panel, stain-glass style.


While some of the murals were painted by me or other artists, two of the murals, the 3rd and 5th floor landings were painted almost entirely by employees and their family members over the course of several months, while I provided instruction, encouragement, and comic relief.





Cheshire Medical Center
Stairwell A - 2nd & 4th Landings
Artist Team Murals

Keene, New Hampshire

 Completed: 2013-2014


These murals were created as part of Cheshire Medical Center's Employee Wellness  "Take The Stairs" initiative. By reimagining the walls of a main stairway with murals at each mid-floor landing, employees, patients and visitors would choose to take the stairs over the elevator for their health! The over-all theme of the stairwell was "hiking up Mt. Monadnock"...and these particular murals present two portions of the journey. The mural on the left was painted by myself and student artist, Jacob Carignan, and shows a view about 3/4 up the way of the mountain, with a bull moose. The helicopter ties in with the perspective of the 5th Floor landing mural above. The mural on the right was painted by my friend and colleage, Katherine Thorell, when she graciously accepted my invitation to paint her very first mural here.


To view the Ground Floor and 6th Floor murals painted exclusively by me as part of the "Take The Stairs" initiative, click here:


Ground Floor

Roof Hatch Landing