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This is a home in South Florida who wanted me to create the “distressed” and authentic look of the Mizner Hand Painted Ceilings.

August 16th, 2017 Posted by Uncategorized 0 thoughts on “This is a home in South Florida who wanted me to create the “distressed” and authentic look of the Mizner Hand Painted Ceilings.”

This project was a very fun project for me! I stepped into the mind and spirit of Mizner. In my dreams I went back in time to the 1920’s and interlocked my spirit with Mizner in Palm Beach.
Not only was I 40 feet in the air over Jerusalem Stone Floors, but I was Harnessed to the scaffolding in order to paint for hours with my arms over my head. The results were worth it. It has always served me well that I am not afraid of heights…Lol!

Seeing the client pleased at receiving exactly what they had in their mind, is priceless to me. It is a challenge I enjoy, to step into the imagination of the client and create their vision.

What vision do you have for the spaces you are working on at the moment? If there is a way that I can help bring that vision to life, it would be my pleasure to hear from you.

WHAT DO YOU DO WITH THREE PROMINENT EMPTY NICHE’S?

July 20th, 2017 Posted by Uncategorized 0 thoughts on “WHAT DO YOU DO WITH THREE PROMINENT EMPTY NICHE’S?”

You make them into faux windows looking out at the sky and the tops of palms.  This particular client wanted to do something with their blank niches 40′ high over a Saturnia Marble entryway.  The snafu was, how would I get up there without being able to maneuver around the columns…. and the man lift could not weight a lot or it would break the marble tiles rolling over the floor.
Sometimes, creating a mural is more then just bringing your paint and your drop cloth, and your imagination, it required some real physical work.  
The only solution was to get plain old fashioned scaffolding, and a small light sissor-lift, which would not go all the way to the third farthest “window”.  The downside to this whole orchestration, was the men who delivered the scaffolding, brought the pipes in, and left!!!!  I had to put together the scaffolding!  This set me behind a whole day. The upside was, I didn’t have to go to the gym for a few days…   
I had to create faux window moldings in painted faux wood and then create the sky and palm scene.  The effect was great and I LOVED doing this particular job.

Want to see what your niche might be?  Call me for a free consultation to explore ideas.