Thursday, August 16, 2007

Daylong Decision-Making

I got another commission today, for fifteen small paintings. Almost abstract line drawings, really, on a painted background. I was told they will all be framed with tiny black frames and hung side by side in a three row grid over a kingsize bed in an elaborate residential setting. I was asked to do mockups for each one, which I will do digitally, but not today.

Today I've concentrated on Texas Clinic, what goes in, what doesn't. What goes where so that it looks fabulous and all flows appropriately from one space to the next. The mixed media painting above will go over a double water fountain in a niche. I'm almost done placing everything, my challenge now is to design the originals that will grace the main entry on the first floor. There will be three large paintings in addition to the large Texas grid painting that I posted a few days ago. There's also a large painting to design for the second floor elevator lobby. So out of eighty pieces (actually I've added a few to that) I only have about six left that I haven't visualized yet. Still, I have less than two months to go, so time is of the essence!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wow! Very nice and really says Texas.