Ooh la la

A french inspired powder room for a client with a metallic bronze ceiling and handpainted details to match a bronze listello tile. The walls are striaed with a pecan stain over robin's egg blue and sealed with polyurethane to make them imperious to her two small boys.


Distracted, but back.

2008, aka, the crappiest year in my recent memory is finally over. Now that a new year is here, I'm recharged and ready to blog again. You have now been warned. Here's a look at my latest project: a large scale art installation commissioned by an old client. It covers a wall in a new condo that he is furnishing as a high-end corporate rental in a great new development in Baton Rouge, LA, Perkins Rowe. Perkins Rowe has been designed as a town center that looks like a converted warehouse district with retail and dining on the ground floor and condos above. It has shopping, the ubiqitous Barnes and Nobles, a gym, a grocery, and a cinema.

Inspired by the legend of El Dorado, I call it Conquistador's Folly: an abstract mixed media in bronze, brown, and of course, gold.