Her art was replicated on the irregular shaped concrete columns using the ancient method called pouncing. Each digital image is enlarged to actual size, printed on paper, and has small holes made along each line of the artist's designs. The paper templates are placed on the concrete in sections, and a powdered charcoal is "pounced" (lightly bounced) over the holes to transfer the lines to the concrete. Each line is individually refined with a marker and ultimately hand painted in the artist's designated colors. She stipulated six brilliant, custom colors for the art to be hand mixed and painted over a bright turquoise base coat originally applied by the contractor. Dowell worked with Colossal Media of Brooklyn, New York to transfer and paint the underpass murals.
Adjacent to the underpass mural at I-277, the artist vinyl wrapped Signal House 11 with a vibrant pattern she titles Coexist, complimenting and continuing the aesthetic of her murals.