Art & Wall Decor by Nicole Mueller seen at The Nail Hall, San Francisco - Awning Colored Vinyl
Art & Wall Decor by Nicole Mueller seen at The Nail Hall, San Francisco - Awning Colored Vinyl
Art & Wall Decor by Nicole Mueller seen at The Nail Hall, San Francisco - Awning Colored Vinyl
Art & Wall Decor by Nicole Mueller seen at The Nail Hall, San Francisco - Awning Colored Vinyl
Image credit: Jen Wong Hall
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Awning Colored Vinyl

The colored vinyl on the exterior windows and glass awning is meant to cast “stained glass” shapes on the building and sidewalk. Love how the light activates the glass awning outside, casting colorful shapes on the sidewalk, bringing attention to their space and catching passerby’s eye.
This item is commission/custom work.

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Meet the Creator

Nicole Mueller is a painter, muralist, and installation artist based in San Francisco, CA who has completed public and private commissions throughout the United States. Her colorful, energetic works bring light and vibrancy to every space and are often the focal point of each room. Nicole uses painting to navigate spaces in flux and carve pathways through liminal states, in her large scale collages, murals, and installations fusing color and light. She earned her BFA in painting and illustration at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD. She has been an artist-in-residence at the Vermont Studio Center, Proyecto 'ACE (Argentina), and Creative Paradox (Maryland). Her work has been exhibited in California, New York, and Maryland. She received early recognitions from the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts and Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation. After relocating to San Francisco in 2017, she became the recipient of the Mark M. Glickman and Lanette M. McClure Artist Award for emerging artists creating innovative work in California. She also co-hosts a podcast that interviews artists about their professional practices called Beyond the Studio, which received an Alternative Exposure grant in 2017 from Southern Exposure and Facebook's Artist-in-Residence program.