This installation spans across the main wall in a restaurant. The wall is approximately 35 feet long. The artwork is broken up into 3 sections of 3 panels. Each section is approximately 7'5"x 10'
The goal of this project was to create a piece that visually engaged the customers. To fill the space with fresh artwork in an organic form that refreshes the space and compliments the location of the restaurant, which is in close proximity to the ocean.
I was given the dimensions and color pallet of the interior restaurant. We met several times and discussed my ideas. I was provided full creative range of the final imagery. I researched my options for the final production, and decided on photographs mounted with acrylic. The final pieces were delivered to the restaurant where John Stoup - "I Hang Art" installed the final presentation of the work for their customers.
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