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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.