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Tate Street basketball court water droplets Mural - Street Murals

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This mural was painted on short walls (roughly 3.5' tall) that wrap around 2 sides of a local basketball court. The walls were originally a dismal shade of grey and I created this bright, vibrant water droplet themed mural for everyone in the court and community to enjoy! This mural was a lot of fun to create, very relaxing and repetitive with over 300+ droplets on the entire walls! I used an array of shades of blue for this piece and added some realistic highlights and shadows to every single droplet to make them more photorealistic from a distance as well as close up. Painted using Molotow premium spray paints.

Item Tate Street basketball court water droplets Mural
As seen in Tate Street, Portland, ME
Jared Goulette | The Color Wizard
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2019
"For me painting is a mental release. It is a chance to be taken on a journey by my creativity, to explore the endless possibilities within the artwork.” - JG

From Portland, Maine and a graduate from The Maine College of Art, Jared Goulette, also know as The Color Wizard, has a diverse skill set as a professional Muralist. From geometric to organic, Jared works on new designs, canvases, and large scale murals constantly. When using aerosol he uses a vibrant color palette of Molotow Premium spray paint and uses various effects of shadowing and highlights to push the dimensions and realism in his paintings, murals and graphics.

“My Medium of choice is Molotow Premium spray paint. Spray paint isn't just spray-able paint to me. It is about the skill and finesse needed to control the can and the subtle application of pressure. It’s the enjoyment of pushing particles of pigment, over a soft three-color fade. It's the smell of paint in the air and the simple beauty of a crisp outline, or intentional drip. Painting is a mental release. It is a chance to be taken on a journey by my creativity, to explore the endless possibilities within the artwork.” - JG