An American-born Latvian artist, Dace Kidd (born 1987 in Riga, Latvia) works largely with oil and acrylic on canvas. She studied at the Art Academy of Latvia in Riga and at the Accademia di Belli Arti in Palermo for two years after completing her bachelor’s degree. Europe is a great place to see her installations and paper sculptures, as well as her large-scale drawings and paintings. From 2011 on, she has been painting murals and developing a unique portraiture style. As an illustrator and graphic designer, Kidd has worked on a wide range of projects. From Venice to Berlin to Amsterdam, she had a string of successful exhibitions around Europe and displayed her work in New York and Miami, respectively. Most of her work is site-specific and she exhibits her art in Tyler and Dallas, Texas. In addition, she curates art events in the area frequently.
Mural Artist TX
Dace Kidd is now the owner of Mural Artist TX
Mural Artist Texas is well aware that commercial art may take on a number of shapes and forms. My one-of-a-kind murals have been painted in anything from lobbies to executive suites to parking garages. They have benefited both the interior and exterior of business settings. Graffiti murals can be created directly on a number of surfaces. On the other hand, they can be created on a large canvas that has been custom-made for the project in question. See the portfolio.
If you have a space in your home that could benefit from a custom mural, don’t hesitate to get in touch. The free consultations is available with Mural Artist Texas. If necessary, I may custom-build underframes and stretch the canvas to fit in difficult-to-fit portions of the painting. Additionally, if you like, I may paint directly on your walls or ceilings if that is what you desire. Our ability to think creatively is the only thing that keeps our imaginations from running wild. We can begin our discussion about your bespoke mural with a phone call. You are always welcome with a phone or an email, depending on your preference.
First, Dace Kidd is a muralist. As a result she works on both large-scale commercial projects. As well as on smaller, more intimate murals for clients’ residences or places of business. There is no such thing as a small or huge project; the only restriction is the amount of time you have to do it.