“Waltzing in the Superstitions.” 4 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Available for purchase. $20,000. Contact the artist for details.
This mural was created with a single continuous line throughout the entire work. One of the ends of the line is marked with an X in reference to the Lost Dutchman, Jacob Waltz and treasure hunting which is historical of the Superstition Mountains area. I invite everyone to try to find the 2 ends of the line. The work was one of the public artworks which was on view at the Marshall Square Galleries from April 2016 to April 2017 as part of IN FLUX AZ Cycle 6. 7077 E Main St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251 http://influxaz.com/xandriss.html
“Waltzing in the Superstitions” Acrylic on board. 4 feet x 8 feet. This artwork is available for purchase or rental and can be delivered to your home or office. $4,500 for 6 months rental period. $20,000 for purchase. Delivery and installation is available if you’re in the Phoenix metro area. Contact me, the artist at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
Here I am, Xandriss, standing with my mural. Photo credit: Linda Enger.
“Hold On” as seen on public display from August 2016 to August 2017. Just outside Margaritas’s restaurant on the northwest corner of Main and Center Streets in Mesa, AZ.
“Hold On” Acrylic on plywood. 2 feet x 5.5 feet. Available. $846.00
Mural Repairs /Restorations in the Laser Tag Room at Party Jungle Indoor Amusement Park, Phoenix. http://www.party-jungle.com/#faq
I was hired to repair five murals in the Black light/ Laser Tag room for renovations before the new Party Jungle Indoor Amusement Park was to open in Phoenix, AZ. The walls were semi repaired from damage leftover from the former owner and management. The artwork needed to be repainted in the blank areas and the murals restored seamlessly to their original quality.
The murals were created with paints designed to fluoresce under black light. This is a cool feature in that each mural has dual looks and moods. They glow brightly with the room dark and the black lights on and feel a little bit magical. They also have the beautiful colors, looks and feel of traditional murals in ordinary lighting.
I had some help for the project from my husband, who is also an artist. He painted one wall and we collaborated together on another. Here are the Before and Afters of the five murals repaired, both under black light and ordinary light.