Murals and Large-Scale Projects

A collection of personal and collaborative projects on large scale canvas, public art installations, wall painting, mural work, and more.

 

“Wicked Windows of Westfield Project - Five Panel Handpainted Window Mural for Addams Fest on Sherwin-Williams Storefront
Located on South Avenue in Westfield, New Jersey from October 1st through November 2nd 2019. Completed with Sherwin-Williams paints (sponsor of “Wicked Windows” portion of Addams Fest by donating supplies.)
(Click the left and right arrows to scroll through full mural and detail images.)

“The Language Project” - Custom Hand Painted Adirondack Chair painted by Ellen; Chair made of Recycled Palette Wood by Downtown Metuchen Alliance.
Metuchen, New Jersey — June 2019 through August 2019 (Click the left and right arrows to scroll through chair images.)

 

“HEADY FIELD MURAL #1: HEROES AMONG US”

Project initiated by Life Center Stage, LMTI/WRRD, Rockaway Boro, Teaching Artist Arianne Petersen and Ellen Avigliano. Project Sponsored by Home Depot, Community Coalition for Safe & Healthy Morris, Chroma Inc, and Rockaway Boro Recreational Department. Project completed with help from local county and town residents and businesses. This mural celebrates the tapestry of diversity within our community. It celebrates the unique perspectives and individuals that make up each community, and how we can use the arts and our interests to connect with one another. View this mural in the park at Heady Field in Rockaway Boro, New Jersey on Maple Avenue behind Rest Stop Rejuvenate.

Heady Field Mural Collaborative Project
 

“HEADY FIELD MURAL #2: U IN YOUR COMMUNITY”

Project initiated by Life Center Stage, LMTI/WRRD, Rockaway Boro, Teaching Artist Arianne Petersen and Ellen Avigliano. Project Sponsored by Home Depot, Community Coalition for Safe & Healthy Morris, Chroma Inc, and Rockaway Boro Recreational Department. Project completed with help from local county and town residents and businesses. This mural celebrates the tapestry of diversity within our community. It celebrates the unique perspectives and individuals that make up each community, and how we can use the arts and our interests to connect with one another. View this mural in the park at Heady Field in Rockaway Boro, New Jersey on Maple Avenue behind Rest Stop Rejuvenate.

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“YOU CHOOSE DRUGS OR LIFE MURAL WORKSHOP — Three Panel Canvas Mural”

Project initiated by Life Center Stage, Family Intervention Services, and the Dover Free Public Library. Artwork portion facilitated by teaching Artist Ellen Avigliano. Divided into three themes: the bottom represents bad choices, negativity, drugs, and not seeking help when you need it; the mid-level represents the local community, interests and hobbies of residents, important central locations in the community, and where we are now”; the upper sky portion of the mural represents a realm of untapped potential, the choices we have yet to make, and the ever changing possibilities that lie before us. View this mural in the Dover Free Public Library located in Dover, New Jersey.

Dover Public Library Mural