Passion of Asia

Passionate red and Asian tranquility are combined on this wall to create an eye catching mural that greets customers as they walk through the door of this Pasadena furniture store.  As artists we appreciate the opportunity to create on such a large canvas!  (626) 584-0818 Virginia fair Studios

A tree blossoms on an adjoining wall :

Stairway to imagination

This is a “trompe-l’œil” piece Virginia and Jay produced to fit into an existing door the client had hanging on the wall as a piece of art.  So we created this stairway that leads to a secret room at the top. (626) 584-0818 Virginia Fair Studios

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The raised motif on this ceiling was created using a design plaster-quick dried to produce a weathered cracking, then aged using glazes to give an authentic old world look. It was done on panels in our shop then installed on site. A faux glazing gave the walls a parchment look…



Here is a mural we did for a client in Beverly Hills. It started in the front foyer, making it’s way into the stairwell, and sweeping up the stairs to follow the wall around the upper level landing.

mural front hall and stairway


And here you enter into the second room where the stair way sweeps up

stairway wide angle


This is a mural we created for a client in Wyoming.  It was painted in our studio using a color pallet of sepia tone on tone colors, the canvas was then delivered to the residence in Wyoming where it was then installed as wallpaper would be. Final touch up and color washes were added according to the lighting and interior of the house :


Detail of  tree…

Tree left side

Venetian Plaster-different applications…

We appreciate your visit!

I would like to introduce some of the work we have done.

This is a plaster relief done with venetian plaster. It has been hand carved and layered with glazes to achieve an authentic aged look. We designed it to tie in with the life size carved Indian you see in the photo. We wanted to convey a relationship between the buffalo and Indian:

Plaster relief of buffalo

Plaster relief of buffalo

Here we designed an embossed plaster frame for a mirror, it was then hand detailed with glazes, paints, and metallic washes to give it a unique look :

Detail of frame :

plaster mirror frame

plaster mirror frame

We will be happy to show you our portfolio and samples. Please call or e-mail for more information.


Virginia Fair & Associates

(626) 584-0818

E-mail : virginiafair@sbcglobal.