Jerry Nelson Stuart is an artist living in Colorado but works where the art takes him. He is the son of a logging contractor and a devoted mother from the Adirondack Mountains in New York. He was awarded an art scholarship from Frederick Mac Caffery and attended Fulton Montgomery Community College in 1978 where he studied art & design. Jerry started his own painting business in 1986 that specializes in faux finishing, stenciling, murals, wood graining, and more. He is also a Certified Grumbacher Art Instructor. He has been commissioned to do works for the Colorado Avalanche as well as many other notable clients internationally. He has taught fine art at Wells High School and faux finishing at Arapahoe Community College as well as at Benjamin Moore in Denver, Colorado.
Jerry's original fine art ranges from his specialty of photo-realistic works to abstract pieces, working with mediums such as watercolors, oils, pastels, charcoal, pencil, and mixed media. He has been commissioned by many professional environments such as hotels and restaurants along with painting decorative pieces for the home. With over 25 years of interior decorative painting experience, Jerry mixes many different elements to come up with a finish that works best for your home or business. He also will help with your project as a color consultant.
Jerry has also done work to raise money for Denver Children's Hospital, The Junior Symphony Guild, and many churches from Colorado to California.
Jerry believes murals are a personal expression of who you are, they are created to enhance your lifestyle and express your life experience. Murals can also be used to create your choice of atmosphere. Jerry specializes in bringing your vision into focus as well as bringing many new ideas and visions to the table. He is excited to meet with you to discuss your vision.
Sample of Work
Woman holding lantern telling ghost stories about Williamsburg.
Faux finish and a peaceful statute in the corner
Mural of a city skyline painted in a pool.
Sanded and refinished the door to bring it back to life.
Hand painted fields on a wall to create peace
Custom contracted piece painted on the side of a bridge.
Mural painted in an office to bring the underwater to personal space.
Mural painted in a living room.
Personal painting of my Dad in his garden.