Turn Your PLAIN structure into an Eye Grabber!
These are the before and after pictures of Crazy Mule Music Store in Washburn, Missouri
Stumpff Auction had Steve Hodgin transform this steel building from plain to extraordinary with paint
This Storm Cellar could have been an eye sore in the back yard but a few gallons of paint changed it to an interesting focal point
This Storm Cellar is built totally above ground and became the concrete "canvas" perfect for a nostalgic walk down memory lane as grandparents oversee their garden, while "tending" their old general store.
Do you have a building or storm cellar that needs a facelift? Call Steve Hodgin 479-295-4634 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
This 1937 Harley Davidson Motorcycle is not real. It is painted on 3/4" plywood
This 6' x 6' building is actually a pump house The door, windows, planters, flowers, fence and bird are all painted on. Located east of Prairie Creek, AR
This was a fun project that I did in Grove, Oklahoma Sept. 2013 The building was gray to begin with but now it fits in the natural country/lake setting much better
This 8' x 12' shed in Longmont, Colorado blocked the view of Longs Peak in the Rocky Mountains so instead of tearing it down the owner had me paint the mountains on the building. The grooves in the wood siding provided an additional challenge I added the pine trees on each end of the mural to add perspective and to frame the painting out a bit
This 12'x16' Shed is in Cassville, MO and posed an interesting challenge since the siding is the concrete type with the texture being all vertical.