Client: Bradley Stephens Interiors
Location: New York, NY, United States
Completion date: 2008
Artwork budget: $35,000
Bradley Stephens Interiors
Upper Canada Stretchers
Working with interior designers has always been my favorite way to create art. Approached by Bradley Stephens NY, I created this original painting appx 35' high by 18' wide. It hangs under a skylight flooding it with natural light. The artwork was created to work with the lights in the space too.
The Greenwich Atrium wanted to make a mark on it's tenants and their clients with a seminal piece of artwork honoring New York City's natural and unnatural environs. This was a huge painting hand stretched by our expert assistant.
The process was so easy, great clients and contractors helped me to erect the stretcher onto the wall and stretch the canvas. I worked directly on the wall with a scissor lift. It was fun! Start- to-finish this project took 6 months.
The movement of this artwork accentuates the glory of the atrium architecture. Simple and plain.