Working directly with a design professional can be a rewarding experience that produces a design which combines creative vision with criteria for a location. "Mist in the Boughs" is a great example of the collaborative process.
Concept Drawing: Conveys the layout and scale of the design and gives opportunity for review at a very early stage in the design process. Site measurements are referenced as the overall dimensions of the artwork are confirmed.
Fabric Swatches: The interior design of a site must be considered when selecting colors and textures for the artwork. Wall coverings, furniture, and carpet samples are often collected and presented as a color board for reference.
Paint Chips: Many elements come together to create spacial design. The wall colors pull all of these elements together and are the backdrop for the artwork. It is important to know the color of the wall designated for art, as well as the accent walls and other finishes.
Variations on a Theme: Once the artwork dimensions are confirmed, with color boards on hand for reference, color selections and color combinations may be explored. This is the final stage before the artwork goes into production and it's very exciting to see how color and arrangement of color affect the artwork in different ways. We can customize to find the perfect match for the site, something which integrates the space and the interior design.
Mist in the Boughs: A final image of the work installed in its new home. I provided custom hardware for easy installation and the clients are very pleased with their commissioned artwork.