Garry Limuti
144 Nortontown Rd.
Guilford, CT 06437
H: (203) 245-7182
C: (917) 873-0216


Commissioned by Santa Rosa School for the Arts to paint a 25’x9’ mural depicting some of the most iconic art masterpieces and musicians throughout history. Most of the images were replicated without the use of projection, showing a true eye for detail.

Worked with Robert Beckmann painting a 12'X6' mural of Shakespeare for the Best Western Bards Inn, Ashland, OR.

Hired by Chandler Decorative Arts as one of the primary artists to paint the faux wood walls at the William Randolph Hearst Estate in Hillsborough, CA.


Worked with Robert Beckmann painting a 32'X10' mural for the visitors center at the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve in Utah.

Painted numerous high end residential murals and private portraits including a portrait of the granddaughter of Fortune 500 land developer Bryce Thompson.

Was one of the principal painters for Broadway’s Spamalot set as well as Madame Tussaud’s "Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Friday the Thirteenth" horror movie sets.


Worked at Warner Brothers Scenic Art Studios. Was one of the artists who painted the pirate ship graveyard backdrop for the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Also personally executed murals for the TV shows The Unit and Aliens in America.

Was a staff artist for Jeff Koons in Manhattan. Was the primary artist on Koon’s "Playdoh.”


Worked for Pro Team Arts painting sports related art and celebrities.

Designed a line of baseball cards called "Timers,” which depicted contemporary players in early twentieth century uniforms.


Was a professional musician playing guitar and writing songs with several popular L.A. bands. In 1998 had a song selected by Roy Orbison to be recorded for the follow-up to his big comeback album Mystery Girl.

Wrote songs which were included in movie soundtracks, one of which became a staple of late night cable TV (Cool Blue, with Woody Harrelson Sean Penn, and Hank Azaria).


Created illustrations for Delta Airlines, Storehouse Furniture and The Harlem Globetrotters.


Trained at the Art Institute of Atlanta.