PORTRAIT OF A HERO LLC. produces indoor and outdoor murals for communities, corporations, industries, NGO’s, schools, universities, and private individuals. We provide colorful, impactful murals at competitive costs with long-term durability.
Our murals are a unifying community art project. We use community members to paint individual one-foot square tiles that are assembled in a grid to form the large scale painted portrait.
The mural can be of any hero or heroine, meaningful image, logos, mascot, historical character, slogans, or other significant image.
The primary goal of the mural is to create a connection between hero or heroine and community. Each artist personalizes their tile with their name, which records their participation and bonds them to the community experience. It reinforces the story of the hero or heroine. As the community views an iconic portrait of their family member or cultural leader captured on such a large scale, it creates strong feelings of pride. Pride leads to feelings of well-being, unity, and gives a community a greater sense of self-identity. There is a great cohesive power of having strong common heroes. Participation gives feelings of accomplishment that lead to desire to complete other goals in life.
INSTALLATION AT THE BEAVER DAM COMMUNITY THEATER
Watch Now: Mosaic mural of Nancy Zieman installed in Beaver Dam
PORTRAIT OF A HERO IN SAUDI ARABIA
The PORTRAIT OF A HERO team
is interested in new mural projects.
Mosaic portrait of author Maria Martinez
Completed by 121 students in Oliva, Spain
Mosaic mural of Hollywood actor Fred MacMurray
Painted by 144 painters
CNN HERO of the Year, Midwife, Ibu Robin Lim
Painted by 100 children in Bali, Indonesia
Portrait of Crown Prince Mohamed in Saudi Arabia
Completed by 60 Artists
Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/RDovf8i2Kf8
Mosaic portrait of children’s book author
Irene Verdu, in Oliva, Spain
Mosaic portrait of children’s book Author Lois Ehlert in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Made by 144 Artists
Mosaic portrait of Public Television Sewing host Nancy Zieman
Painted by 144 Artists
CNN man of the year, Pak Made Janur, Bali, indonesia
Founder of www.plasticexchange.com
Painted by 320 children and adults at the Samana Kids Festival
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