Scott Waterman works with acrylic medium on archival paper or cotton canvas fabric. He creates images up to 25 feet wide based on existing paintings or client-provided sketches and watercolors.
I'm smitten (especially with his use of unacceptable color).
Paintings from top: Use of Unacceptable Color, Pepper La Belva, Untitled, Discover the Recipes You Are Using and Abandon Them.
This Waterman painting is 12 feet wide by 11 feet high and painted with acrylic and mixed materials on canvas. It's installed behind the sushi bar in a restaurant in Santiago, Chile.