Murals

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Evergreen Forest, Withrow Residence, July 2018 by Heather Withrow.

This mural of a forest was painted on a 10 x 10 wall as requested by the occupant of this room. This was my interpretation of light, shadow and textures from an actual image of a forest with a path winding through it.

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Logging Train, 2017, by Heather Withrow

This black and white mural was started during my college days when this was still my brother’s bedroom. I finally finished the last details during summer of 2017. This painting is based off of an actual black and white image.

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Elementary School Mural, Texas School for the Deaf, Spring/Summer 2017.

Design was inspired by 3-4-5th grade students’ artistic input, expressed interests as well as teacher/staff suggestions. TSD 4th, 5th graders and some volunteers helped paint this into reality. This mural is located in the “Yellow Lobby” of the elementary building.

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ECE Mural, Elementary Building, Texas School for the Deaf, Spring 2017.

Designed and painted by Heather Withrow with the exception of 3 different shades of gray being painted onto the hands of 3 to 5-year-olds who then stamped them on the petals. This was the cutest project ever! Located in the “Blue Lobby” of the Elementary Building.

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CTE Mural, Texas School for the Deaf, Spring 2015.

TSD students from several art classes provided the artwork and painted. I assisted by compiling the student’s designs, helped paint and “coach” as needed.

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Unity Mural, Nurse’s Office at Washington School for the Deaf, 1994.

I illustrated this design and painted this mural as a high school senior.  My first large-scale mural. Who knew this would be the first of a number of murals? The mural is long gone as the old building this was in, MacDonald Hall, was demolished a few years later.

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