School Library Donation Wall | Murals by Very Fine Mural Art - Stefanie Schuessler
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School Library Donation Wall - Murals

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The school wanted a Mural in their library. The client thought that more books are always a good idea, and therefore I painted a u-shape mural featuring very colorful oversized books. Favorite book characters slipped out of their paper confinement and kids can find them roaming the shelves. The mural also serves the purpose of collecting donations for this library. A donor gets the family or kid's name painted on the spine of the book, personalized to the family or child.

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Very Fine Mural Art - Stefanie Schuessler
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I am Stefanie, owner of Very Fine Mural Art, a studio for art and decorative painting. My studio was established in 2004 when I settled into my home in the mountain range north of Los Angeles. My expertise in the field of mural painting,
the art of trompe l'oeil painting, and the creation of artistic wall finishes goes back to 1989 when I moved to Belgium's Wallonia region in order to study these forms of art.

After spending several years in the heart of Belgium, experimenting with paint and brushes (and sometimes lying on scaffolds up to 25 feet in the air, simply to reach and paint on European ceilings), the time had come to move on and to continue my education in the arts. From the Swiss campus of the renowned Art Center College of Design/Pasadena, I graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in graphic design. Finally, after years as Art Director
for advertising with some of Europe's leading agencies and traveling the world, I made a life-changing decision and returned to my passion: murals and wall decor in residential and commercial settings.


I feel happy that my paintings adorn clients' walls in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America.


In September 2018, I happily settled back in Europe, with Cambridge, UK as my chosen destination. I will now be easily able to be contacted for projects both in Europe and the US (or any other destination for that matter).