The Rabbit Hole mural is complete. Come by and check it out! Here is a before and after photo. The beautiful old brick that was surrounding the mural area was unfortunately painted white so “Brickelangelo” was called in to bring it back! The Rabbit Hole
October 1st is the Kick-off for October Arts Month and I will be performing one of my Interactive 3D floor paintings especially for the event. 6-9 pm Downtown Colorado Springs. I hope to see you there.
Thank you Poor Richard’s, for allowing me to return to paint more of your amazing establishment. View additional photos HERE.
Join me this Saturday, May 16th for a live speed painting to benefit The Arc of the Pikes Peak Region’s Annual Dinner and Awards Celebration. This event is open to the public and additional information and reservations can be found here. I will start my Speed Painting at 6:30pm and hope you can make it. […]
This Kissing Camels home has been completely transformed by paint – the kitchen, dining room, living room, stairwell, hallways, and bedroom. What a wonderful experience and we couldn’t be happier with the final outcome. Techniques used include venetian plaster, faux marble, trompe l’oeil, metallics, and spray finishes.
Douglas painted these 5 speed paintings for an event during the NAVC Conference in Orlando, Florida January 2014. The main stage performance was a highlight for many of the attendees!
PIA Paintings™ are painted 3D images (just like 3D chalk art) but without the mess and long onsite hours. Douglas creates these awesome art pieces in his studio in Colorado Springs and will travel with them to your event location. Douglas then installs the canvas in place for the event and during the event he […]
Douglas Rouse can transform your home or business with 3D murals and trompe l’oeil. Enjoy where you live, work, and play with the creativity of a custom mural that will impress your family, friends, and clients. Douglas is currently located in Colorado Springs but he travels to different cities and countries through out the year […]
Nothing cooler than a gorilla and rain forest to liven up a warehouse workspace. This 160″x 80″ mural was painted on canvas and then directly installed onto a concrete block wall.
Nice crowd at the FICP event in Deer Valley, UT. A lot of energy & creative poses on the PIA Painting (painted 3D “chalk” art piece) by Douglas Rouse! The painted drawings are so much more interactive because you can step (and lay) all over them without messing them up and keeping your own clothes […]
Douglas will be doing a live speed painting at this event April 28, 2013! The whole evening will be filled with amazing things to see.
Douglas has performed Speed Painting for a number of corporate and charity events across the country. This art form does not solely serve as an incredible form of entertainment but it also produces a valuable and meaningful piece of art that can be auctioned during events to raise funds for charity, be a part of […]
3D Chalk Art can be a very fun addition to any event. The interactive quality allows people to take photos that are a wonderful token to take away from the event. Douglas has created 3D Chalk Art pieces for a number of corporate, social, and celebratory events across the country. Now he is expanding the […]
Currently, Douglas is working on residential murals around Austin, TX. There are some plans in the mix and he might be hanging around for a performance in SXSW and other events. Hire him while you can for your corporate event, a 3D drawing, or a trompe l’oeil mural.
This PIA Painting™ depicts the Creep from Pete Schuermann’s film Creep. http://www.creepfilm.com/ What is painted and what is not, that is the question?!
Thanks to the Colorado Springs Independent for highlighting the Corepower Yoga mural. This mural was completed in November 2011 and is still as fresh and energizing as can be.
Douglas Rouse completes mural for Mountain Equipment Recyclers POSTED BY EDIE ADELSTEIN ON SAT, DEC 15, 2012 AT 9:41 AM It’s a daisy-chain of giving. Mountain Equipment Recyclers now has a mural in its shop, thanks to local artist Douglas Rouse. But instead of simply paying Rouse for the work, MER will donate $500 to the Trails and Open Space Coalition, an Indy Give! participant. […]