Presentation on theme: "3-dimensional murals painted on walls of buildings by the artist (trick the eye) John Pugh."— Presentation transcript:
3-dimensional murals painted on walls of buildings by the artist (trick the eye) John Pugh.
Main Street Los Gatos, California. the woman looking at the ruins is Part of the mural.
Taylor Hall, California State University at Chico California. The columns are Doric-style paintings.
Honolulu, Hawaii. This mural took two months of studio work to plan and another six months to run with the help of 11 artists. The picture shows the Queen Liliuokalani, who was the last monarch of Hawaii islands. It also shows the Duke Kahanamoku the father of surfing.
This mural at Cafe Trick of the Eye (must belong to the artist) in San Jose (Calif.) is titled: Art imitating life. The customer does not leave the establishment when it closes. Hard to believe: it is part of the painting.
Twenty-nine Palms (Twenty-nine Palms), California. The bull Valentine and a patient waiting for the bird artist agreed. All are part of the painting.
Bahia in the bottle, Santa Cruz, California. The observer is part of the mural.
Looks like a nice place to rest your weary feet. In front of the center leaves of the City of Sarasota, Florida.
Stopping to look at Winslow, Arizona. The painting includes the girl in the Ford pick-up looking for us.
Wall of the Shopper's Corner Market in Santa Cruz at the beginning of the mural painting in 3D.