denise-telep“I am 110% Satisfied! Completely blown away at her talent! The mural was even better than I could have dreamed!”                                                                              -Ashley Kovach, Twinsburg, Ohio

Faux painted wood molding and Umbria Scene, painted 3D, as large ceiling and wall Mural.

Hand Painted Custom Wall Murals and Fine Art

Cleveland area muralist and fine artist, Denise Ivey Telep, creates professional custom murals, and fine art for your home, office, business and medical facilities. The process is easy and simple. Call to schedule a free consultation to discuss ideas and Denise will meet with you, sketch out ideas and help you visualize the transformation. Everything from small and large murals, abstracts, realistic landscapes, family portraits, decorative detailing, and site specific fine art can be a perfect finishing touch.  Call  440-230-2001.

Trompe l’oeil Horses peering out of the Stable.

A great illusion on an old shed! Tromp l’oeil means to “trick the eye”, and is a master skill of experienced mural artists. Here Denise creates the illusion that these horses are really in the “stable”, matching the lighting and shadows.

Even if you aren’t sure what kind of artwork you want, your free consultation will produce a variety of ideas based on a brief interview with Denise and since all work is custom, you have input into the creativity, the level of detail, realism and styling that affects the final cost. So, it’s always best to consult to get a range of pricing and ideas. It’s that simple. With over 40 years of experience, Your artwork is just waiting to be designed!Private Art Lessons for Students are Available                                                                      CALL FOR DETAILS AND AVAILABILITY

Examples of various custom murals, including a floor mural, click on the links below:

Left to right, top to bottom: Calvetti’s General Store :: Koi Pond :: African Savannah :: Venice Grand Canal :: Coral Reef :: St. Leo’s Dome Ceiling :: Lisa’s Beach

Denise Ivey Telep at work on a floor mural called Koi Pond, a detailed area pictured in the grouping above.