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Saw you featured on Texas County Reporter on RFD. Congrats on doing what you love! You both have such fantastic talent!!!! It was a joy to see your paintings featured.  Keep up the good work! -- Julie Adams, Brewton, Ala.
Hi Guys, I was in Fredericksburg with my wife yesterday and once again admired your work. I just wanted to drop a note and compliment your work. You guys are awesome. It's so nice to finally see some really great mural  work. I used to do a little but I'm sculpting now....I'd rather leave it to the experts!!  Anyway...keep up the great work, enjoyed your website. -- John A. Maisano (johnmaisano.com)

My Experience with Lee Casbeer and LMC Murals:  The desire for western art started with making the decision to move from Ventura California to Fort Worth Texas. I found the perfect house on 4 acres and with a barn for the horses. The house feels like a big ranch house and the gaited community it is located in is called Cattlebaron Parc. Fort Worth has the nickname of Cow Town so it seemed natural to look for some pictures of the Texas icon "The Longhorn". I started my search with some general Google search and found some prints but nothing great. I continued my search on eBay and discovered one print that really stood out from the others but it was really way too small for the wall I had in mind. Fortunately the artists name was mentioned and with the help of Google I did find the LMC Murals website. After a very pleasant conversation with Mr. Casbeer's wife I discovered the Texan had spent some time in Italy studying art and that getting a custom painting on canvas made was possible. I liked the print I saw and the image was customized to make it a Fort Worth Texas picture by adding a small picture of the original railroad station off in the distance. I could not be happier and will likely have another painting done in the near future. -- Bob Pruitt owner InfoHorse.com - The #1 Horse Industry Information Advertising Directory on the Internet!

From Eliz Salgado:  Lee Casbeer is an extremely gifted artist. His ability to transfer his passion into an incredible piece of artwork is awe inspiring.  He did a mural for us recently and it's beautiful. My husband and I lived in Italy off and on for thirteen years. I've been very homesick since moving back to S.A. He created a Tuscan scene that transfers me back there when I stop to gaze at it.  Lee made the whole process worry free. Besides being very professional he was able to understand the concept I presented to him. His initial sketch was nearly, exactly what I had envisioned the mural to be. He e-mailed me the painting in stages and there were very few changes that had to be asked for. He and his brother, Matt, are the masters of what they do. Their murals bring a warmth and quality to any room they're displayed in.  This is the second commission Lee has done for us. We are privileged to have his work in our home.
From Nichole (www.beckervineyards.com):  The artwork the Casbeers have completed in our wine cellar is wonderful! Many people have been "tricked" thinking they were seeing more barrels when it was the mural. The painting above the stair case also added ambiance. The brothers were also very professional. They were punctual, efficient, and kept their work areas tidy.
From Steven Fiedler (stevenfiedlernj@aol.com):  Lee and Matt Casbeer were commissioned to work for one of our Clients in South Florida. I have worked with several Artists of high caliber and I must say that Lee and Matt's work surpasses most people doing this art. They listened to our desires and created the most beautiful walls I have ever seen. If you are serious about your project, I urge you to call me, I would never recommend someone I didn't trust on their work and work ethics.
From Dan Scully (dan@scullyleather.com):  I have two stores in Fredericksburg, TX and the Casbeers muraled both for me (Parts Unknown and Java Ranch). Their work is better than any I have ever seen. They are true artists and the "lifelike" aspect of their work is amazing. You feel as if you are right there, in the picture. My customers are constantly commenting on the quality of their work. The Casbeers are wonderful to work with.
From Margaret Loftis (mloftis@loftiscompany.com):   I had a delightful experience with the Casbeers. Working with them was like a breath of fresh air. Creative and professional, they designed and painted a wonderful mural that I enjoy more and more every day. They were punctual and did what they said they would do. They are amazingly talented.
From Bill Lindig (bmltoo@yahoo.com):  We commissioned Lee and Matt to create about a 75' mural depicting the 50's car craze (HOTRODS) to complement my Vintage car collection. The work was outstanding. We can only describe the finished product as MARVELOUS.
From Craig and Becky May (craig.may@plantronics.com):  It was a pleasure working with Matt and Lee. Their work on our murals far exceeded our expectations.
From Sandra Johnson, Orlando, FL:  I just happened to come across your web site and would like to comment on your work.  I am a scenic artist myself and have seen many, many murals in my travels but your work is by far, some of the best I have ever come across. I have done work in restaurants, casinos, homes, theme parks and have worked with some very talented people including Disney art directors but your murals blow their work out of the water!!!  The details, the colors, the different styles and the realism is just magnificent and so true to life, I just can't stop staring at them! I am especially drawn to the human subjects in your paintings. The realism is amazing.  I have to say that you two guys are exceptionally gifted and you should be very proud of the work you do as I'm sure you are. It's so refreshing to see such skill and talent after seeing so much crap that passes for art these days. In my travels I have listened to self-proclaimed 'artists' try to explain the philosophy(?) of the crude and elementary scrawl they try to pass off as art and it makes me cringe. What's worse is when that 'art' is in an expensive frame with a very high price tag attached to it.  I have seen works done by master painters in the Smithsonian Museums and guys, I would like to say that you two are master painters. Thank you for sharing your work with the world. Take care and happy painting!!!

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