Amazing Wall Reliefs Created Using Drywall Joint Compound

Any average joe who’s tried to install and finish a wall can attest to how difficult it is to work with joint compound before going on to wonder how drywall experts make it look so easy. Be prepared to be amazed at Bernie Mitchell‘s insane skills when it comes to the white stuff. The Ontario-based artist started out as a leather pictorial carver and since moving on to become a dry wall finisher in the 90’s, he’s applied his experience to design and create stunning 3d murals using wet joint compound. Using joint knives, brushes, and a spoon, Mitchell adds an air of serenity to any room with his one-of-a-kind nature and animal wall reliefs.

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