Lucy Jensen's Studio opened in 1989, specializing in murals, trompe l'oeil, decorative painting, and faux finishes. With a foundation in fine art and extensive experience in scenic art for movies, television, and amusement parks, the studio has established itself as a source of talent and versatility, creating unique, site specific murals for residences, shopping malls, showrooms, bookstores, and museums. As of 2012, we have featured works in fourteen Southern California Showcase houses and two episodes of HGTV's" Designing for the Sexes," (2002 – 03). Our work has been published in Los Angeles Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, and is included in Street Gallery, an anthology of murals in
Lucy Jensen Studio joined the American Society of Interior Designers as an Industry Partner in 1990, participating in the
Marc Cherry residence,
covering 400sf of wall and cabin
HGTV, "Designing for the Sexes with Michael Payne"
the children's toys and costumes represent the American and National League baseball teams.
Three paneled mural of the
Main staircase in craftsmen style home. 8'6" x 38'
10' x 25'
Ontario Mills Shopping Center
80' circumference dome mural of giant flowers, part of an animatronics art installation.
The Guild Sourcebook of Architectural and Interior Art, (Four Colour Imports, Ltd, 2008) pp. 195, 351.
Robin Dunitz, Street Gallery, Guide to 1000
(Los Angeles: RJD Enterprises, 1993), pp. 341-42, 385