Greenwich Atrium Painting - CODAworx

Greenwich Atrium Painting

Submitted by Duende Glass

Client: Bradley Stephens Interiors

Location: New York, NY, United States

Completion date: 2008

Artwork budget: $35,000

Project Team

Interior Designer

Bradley Stephens

Bradley Stephens Interiors

Industry Resource

Bob Nadon

Upper Canada Stretchers


Duende Glass


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.

Additional Information

The movement of this artwork accentuates the glory of the atrium architecture. Simple and plain.