City of Fort Collins Murals

“Windows into the Past”
8’ high by 12’ long
Media: acrylic paint on metal panels
Fort Collins, Colorado


Commissioned by the City of Fort Collins Art in Public Places for the Turnberry and Richards Lake Road walking trail underpass.

This piece was designed with input of a team which included architects, engineers, and the City of Ft. Collins AIPP representative. These two banks of mural panels tell visual and symbolic stories of the history of this area; once prairie, then farmland and now a housing development. When a pedestrian or bike rider enters the tunnel from the east side, heading west, the effect is looking through windows that take the viewer back in time, starting with a farming scene based on an historic photo taken in 1910, then going through the tunnel to see an 1800’s prairie scene.


“The Fly-Fishing Philosopher”
4’ high by 6’ long
Media: Acrylic paint on a metal (transformer cabinet)
Fort Collins, Colorado

Commissioned by the City of Fort Collins Art in Public Places program. Located behind the Aggie Theatre in Old Town Fort Collins, this piece is a tribute to all fly fisherman and a portrait of the artists father.