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
These exterior painted facades roughly 4′ wide by 9′ high are for High Valley Arts in Midway, Utah and their production of Beauty and the Beast December 2015. On one side is the exterior of the village scenes and on the other will be scenes from inside the castle walls. If you find yourself in […]
Thank you Poor Richard’s, for allowing me to return to paint more of your amazing establishment. View additional photos HERE.
I have the honor, once again, to paint on Poor Richard’s walls in downtown Colorado Springs. Follow my progress here. Rouse66 on Facebook Rouse66 on Twitter Rouse66 on Instagram
Check out my latest work. Turning a family room into a home theater by adding an incredible filmstrip wall mural. MGM, Paramount Pictures, RKO logos all professionally done.
Saturday, May 16th is the Garden Of The Gods Visitor And Nature Center’s 20th anniversary celebration. Come by and see the mural I created for their new interactive museum exhibits. The hours are 9:00am to 5:00pm. No R.S.V. P. required. For more information, click the link.
From Scottsdale back to snowy Colorado…just completed two new murals in Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center. Here’s the first one done. Come visit in May for a 20th Anniversary celebration, including brand new exhibits and a very impressive hi-tech theater! Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center Murals from Douglas Rouse […]
This project is complete and the museum is NOW OPEN. If you are in Scottsdale, AZ I invite you to stop by this fabulous new addition to Scottsdale’s art community. 3D Interactive Painting at New Museum in Scottsdale from Douglas Rouse on Vimeo. Immerse yourself into the Wild West! The newest art museum in Scottsdale, […]
Here is some footage of the live broadcast from “Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West” which highlights the new 3D Mural by Douglas Rouse. Douglas Rouse appears on CBS for Scottsdale’s Museum of the West from Douglas Rouse on Vimeo.
Back in 2006 the Cow Parade rolled through Denver and I was honored to receive two cows to paint. One has been living on the 16th Street Mall in Denver ever since. And NOW, I see it has made an appearance at TedX Mile Hi. Go Cow! You are now a real celebrity.
This spectacular mural is now located downtown Colorado Springs and serves as the entry to a new art/performance focused venue. The name as the mural depicts quite well is the Mezzanine. There will be a few additions to this mural over the coming weeks.
A beautifully executed mural of the Sedona landscape located in a restaurant near the beautiful rocks themselves. The murals on the other side of the restaurant are dedicated to wine and “Celebrating Life”.
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.
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.
This space went from cold and dreary to warm and amazing, what a transformation! Bindu Yoga Studio at the BAC in Manitou Springs has such a beautiful space to practice yoga in.
Douglas was commissioned by Gasoline Alley in downtown Colorado Springs to paint the ugly giant silver air vent on their roof into a giant Coors beer can. Turned out pretty awesome!
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.
By Sondra Meyer It was a cold, bleak, snowy morning in down town Colorado Springs. The sky was grey. The ground was white and the trees looked dead. Even on a sunny day, there is nothing particularly appealing about the alleys, parking lots, and the backside of buildings in down town Colorado Springs. This was […]