SAN JACINTO TITLE COMPANY
TRANSFORMS INTO AFRICA
The Title Company’s 1940s building was the natural inspiration for a Hemingway-style safari. Michael Lee decided to paint the bathroom to look like a masculine African tent. Everything in the room tells a story of some part of the journey. From the mischievous monkeys to the detailed map of the journey.
MICHAEL LEE SCOTT
Michael Lee Scott admits he does not even completly understand how he does what he does. His trompe l’oeil paintings emerge from some place inside of him — he does not use references materials. The details are conjured out of thin air. In a few days, Michael Lee can transform a plain beige room into a stable complete with hounds or a magical African Safari Tent.