LaParlière’s murals decorate houses with scenes from nature, history and family stories.
She also uses trompe l’oeil to add the appearance of new and enchanting spaces to a client’s home.
In hospitals and other public buildings, patients and visitors have their day brightened
by Maryvonne’s gorgeous decorative murals.
California flora (above and below) Detail of large mural 30′ L x 4’H in Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara, California
Detail of another of 30′ long 4′ High mural at Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara, California
Venice Mural 22′ L x 8′ H in hallway of French country style chateau in Scottsville, Virginia.
3 murals decorate 3 walls in dining room in Hot Springs, Virginia
Detail of Mural on large staircase in historical Virginia home
16’L x 5’H mural for an outdoor terrace in cafeteria, Goleta Valley Hospital, Santa Barbara,California
Historical Mural about Jack Jouett riding between Cuckoo Inn and Monticello in Visitors Center, Gordonsville, Virginia
Detail of large murals (Clockwise from upper left:French country-side mural in restaurant, Virginia;
Series of paintings for each practice room and waiting room of a children’s ophthalmologist practice; Jungle scene in child’s bedroom of Asian prince; Pool wall in Florida mansion matching the
dunes by the sea.)
Wall trompe l’oeil (Clockwise from upper left: fall scene in small guest bath, under the ocean, Italian patio, and Greek courtyard.)
Ceiling detail of a cherub; small mural on concrete wall; and sample of a 80′ frieze at Tall Oaks Estate in Keswick, VA. depicting Ulysses’ Odyssey