I collaborated with Rev, Timothy Hill and Melissa Hill to complete a mural for Forgiven Church. The theme was to focus on children and utilize energetic vibrant colors. The completed wall art was 9 feet high and 35 feet wide. The artwork was applied directly to the wall using acrylic paint and protected with a polyurethane coating.
The goal of the mural is to inspire congregants with faith, family and fun. The client wanted the observers feel joy and positive energy.
After several meetings I presented a small mock-up of the wall art in proportion to the wall. After approval and revision of the mock-up I received the initial payment. At completion of the wall art I received final payment. The client was extremely pleased with the outcome of this project.
This is one of many large projects I have completed. www.JamesLovelessArt.com
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