Accent on Eclectic
Walls and Ceilings
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From Art to Finish
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The canvas can do miracles

Mural at Bentwater

I am a Texas artist who works with Houston Heights, West University, Tanglewood, Sugar Land, Pearland, Friendswood, Humble, Kingwood, Atascocita, Walden, Woodlands, Conroe, and other metropolitan Houston, Dallas, and surrounding  area designers, decorators, and home and business owners, painting murals, decorative accents, trompe l'oeil, and other art, with an accent on eclectic approaches to enhancing spaces. Stenciled and faux finishes, and striping, in a rich variety of colors and textures, are also available, to serve alone or as background to that art.  Cabinet finishing and refinishing can help coordinate tile and granite countertops.  Painted and stained floors offer an alternative to carpet.

Whether your space is residential or commercial, your plans for new construction, rebuilding, renovation, remodeling, or adding interest to an existing room, there is no charge for an on-site consultation. 

To read what clients have to say about my work, read the article in the Observer.

I am doing work that I love.  All of the other things that I have done in my life have contributed to what I do now, have led to it.  I have little overhead and modest tastes.  All of that is to say that the cost of your project is probably going to be less than you might think.  Take a look at some of the work that I've done and don't let that limit your vision for your project.  An on-site consultation costs you nothing.  Let's put our imaginations together.

Patrick Feller

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  • adjective - deriving ideas or style from a broad and varied range of sources.

  • noun - an eclectic person.

  — DERIVATIVES eclectically adverb eclecticism noun.

  — ORIGIN Greek eklektikos, from eklegein ‘pick out’. 

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The clients were completing construction of their Bolivar Peninsula beach house and wanted a mural that reflected the spirit of the Gulf

This texture, finish and mural in a Kingwood kitchen area covers all four walls of the space.  I also toned the cabinets, to give them a softer, older look.

A Kingwood client wanted a welcoming border around the walls of her entry.    The Bible verse, over a grapevine, is from Joshua 24:15 - But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.

In a small hallway off the family room, I painted a trompe l'oeil stone niche, with urn and ivy.                There were other projects in the home, but these are my favorites.

The Bellaire client wanted to enhance the household prayer room.  I did finishes on the main wall and in two niches, added a peacock motif, and art on the lower wall that reflected the carving on the door of the old cabinet.

I did gold scrollwork on the dining room ceiling that blended Eastern and Western themes...

and painted the adjoining entry columns to be compatible with the dining room

To brighten this dark powder room, I painted the ceiling and a niche a lighter color and added a finish.

A great old oak chest, refinished in ebony with painted monkeys

Scene Over Kingwood Fireplace

Banana palm mural in Pearland home's bath

Celebrity, the Kingwood clothing store, wanted a trompe l'oeil brick wall and spatter painted concrete floor

We went for a cloudy sky in this Kingwood hallway

Trompe l'oeil brick storefront in H.E.B. at I-10 and Bunker Hill

The client's storefront was dwarfed by the jewelry store next door and wanted something to stand out.  I created the look of an old storefront with painted brick.

There is an infinite variety of combinations of texture, glaze, color, and effect that can be created to suit your lighting, theme, and decor.  Only a few are shown here and I avoid describing them to prevent your being limited by them.  You and I will meet, consider your space, your tastes, your lifestyle, and develop a treatment that is uniquely suited to your needs.