Murals and public art have been a creative outlet for mankind for centuries.  Caves, Egyptian tombs, palaces and churches have historically been decorated with large scale murals and iconography.  In more modern times, the term became more well-known with the Mexican muralism art movement.

No matter what the age, public art has been used to capture moments of importance or simply to lift our spirits and make our imagination soar.

Help us keep our projects up to date.

At KEIM, we are proud and pleased to be part of America’s public art movement and encourage artists and muralists to share your art through our Mural Gallery.  Send us photos and information about murals where you have used KEIM paints.  Contact us here.





In the Beginning, God Created

Artist: Eric Grohe

Location: Florida Hospital, Ginsburg Tower, Orlando, Florida

Medium: Universalputz Plaster and Optil Interior Mineral Silicate Paint

Size: 40’ H x 24’ W




The Phoenix at Midtown

Artist: Eyecon Studios

Location: Dallas, TX

Medium: Royalan Extreme Weather Mineral Silicate Finish over stucco

Size: Mural covers entire building



  • A Creek Runs Through It
  • Canton Ohio Parking Garage
  • Chisholm Trail Mural - Sundance Square
  • Commonwealth Building Mural: Urban Ripples
  • Dedication
  • Duke Ellington Mural
  • Heart of Marion
  • Historical mural
  • Hudson River Way
  • In The Beginning God Created
  • Men at Work Museum Mural
  • More Than a One Horse Town
  • Mural in Chicago
  • NYS Capitol Assembly
  • Phoenix Midtown Apartments
  • Serenity Road Mural
  • Smithsonian National Zoo GSB Retaining Wall
  • State of Rhode Island Mural Project
  • The Lincoln Square Mural Project
  • The Murray Building Mural
  • Townhall and Murals in Schwyz, Switzerland
  • Waddell Mural - The Toy Theater