Mural Team Building

Tired of the same old team building activities?

Through communication, cooperation, and a shared vision; team mural making provides new tools for employee development including the ability to more cohesively reach your company goals.

The arts help express our values, build bridges between cultures and bring us together no matter age or race. Art is fundamentally vital to our humanity. Experience this innovative interactive with your team and collaborate in a brand new way!

I have designed and facilitated murals in numerous settings including neighborhoods, corporations, businesses, non-profit agencies and with communities of all ages and ethnicities. I use the “international language” of play, color and design in these interactive experiences.

“Burge Organic Farm Van” Mural 2013 - 9 x 16 foot. Burge Organic Farm Delivery Van - painted with community at the Peachtree Road Farmer’s Market. Funded by Naked Juice Company.
“Friendship Value Tree” Mural 2013 - 12’ x 16’ Located at The Clarkston Community Center activity field - painted with the children of Art at the Center Summer Camp. Funded by the Clarkston Community Center and private donations.
“Sustainable Community” Mural 2012 - 18 x 8 foot mural on panels located on Decatur Pediatrics in Clarkston. Painted with community - 50 community members. Funded by the United Way.
“Diversity Mural” 2014 - 36 x 8 foot mural on panels located on the Clarkston Community Center. Mural process created with community - Participation of 100 community members total, 43 languages total in the mural. Funded by The Community Foundation.
Transformation Mural - 11 x 35 feet, located at Coralwood School in Decatur, Georgia. Teambuilding activity with Lexisnexis Corporation.
Life Long Learning Tree - 16 x 16 feet, located at Coralwood School in Decatur, Georgia. Teambuilding activity with Lexisnexis Corporation.

“Shannon Willow is an amazing artist. I asked her to create a mural for an exterior wall of my practice. Based on a brief outline of my vision, she created a wonderful work of art. It was exciting each day to see the progress of the project. Shannon checked in with me frequently to make sure I was pleased with the work. At the end of each day her crew cleaned the work site and packed away the equipment. Shannon also had a great idea of incorporating a team building exercise with my employees. Everyone that participated had a great experience. Her crew was fantastic! They encouraged all of us despite our various levels of artistic experience. I am extremely pleased with the outcome. We have received numerous remarks from clients about the mural. Shannon has a talent that cannot be described. I would highly recommend her for any project. She is a natural born artist!”

Dr. Andrea Dunnings

CEO/Veterinarian, East Atlanta Animal Clinic

“Shannon Willow helped introduce the concept of Public Art to the City of Clarkston. For several years our residents had watched other larger cities develop public art programs, and install murals in community spaces. When Shannon came on the scene and used her dynamic leadership skills and creative community building style of art, is when things began to move forward in our town. Because of her tireless work, Clarkston is home to 3 large public murals, and a burgeoning artist’s mindset that will undoubtedly lead to economic growth for our larger community. I highly recommend Shannon Willow for any project that demands a creative spirit and a drive to accomplish something great. She is our unofficial Chief Artistic Officer.”

Ted Terry, Mayor of Clarkston

Co-Partnered “Sustainable Community” - Funded by the United Way

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