This is a commercial installation for large conference room. The artwork is approximately 96"h x 96"w x 1"d from point to point.
The client required a dramatic background focal point piece for the NC Secretary of Cultural Affairs to present a press release.
Libby and Jim collaborate in all aspects of design and creation of their one-of-a-kind artwork. They are particularly skilled at matching colors and adept at communicating with customers to interpret their vision into a piece of art that cohesively ties a room together and compliments the space.
Each component is stretched and mounted on a frame, allowing multi-panel ensembles to be displayed horizontally or vertically, together or separate, linearly or staggered, square or on point. Expansive designs unfold, creating virtually an unlimited number of possible dynamic installations.
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