La Joie de la France

By Morgan Bricca August 26, 2013

Picture an evening stroll along the Seine in Paris on your way to the opera house. A quaint bed and breakfast on the outskirts of a small Provencal town surrounded by fields of lavender. After painitng murals of these two scenes, let me tell you I am ready to pack my bags! Now you can take a mini vacation and enjoy the views…

Click here to watch a video of the creation process!

Parisian Dance Room

I collaborated with Jade, who is a teenager and also French, as to all the details for this Paris inspired dance mural. She kept me company during the whole painting process. We created a video together to document the process. Jade’s great uncle, a French composer, wrote the music we used as our soundtrack.

Watch the video.

Wow, nice Scorpion pose! I think I’ll just stick to down dog, thanks.

Art and Theater

I had the privilege of covering myself in blood and reenacting zombie behavior for a Night of the Living Dead themed booth created for Comic Con in San Diego last month. Bay Area Exhibits hired me to make new shutters look old so they fit in on this amazing haunted house they built from reclaimed redwood. I painted the rubber flooring to look like cracked cement. For the final touches I painted my hands and boots with red paint and grunted while I climbed the porch columns and rattled the doorknobs, hunting down unwitting humans. Hear me roar.

Blessings to you!

Morgan Bricca

Morgan Mural Studios

Morgan Bricca

Morgan Bricca

Morgan Bricca is a mural artist living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her clients run the gamut from professional creatives, including architects and designers to building owners, school administrators and community advocates. When she is not making art, Morgan enjoys sipping boba tea with her kids and taking naps on the couch.