Finished product before varnish, (15x17feet using M.Graham Oil paints, like buttah!) as viewed from main reading room in the Charlevoix, MI public library. Commission required a work reminiscent of the WPA style (chosen by the original build date of the building) depicting Charlevoix in the 1920s. About 3weeks painting.
Wow! you're a great muralist! god job!
This is so really good! (I wish the shot was a bit better)
Hey, thanks That shot is about as good as it's gonna get with the wall placement. This pic [link] Kinda gives you an idea why? The line on the rt (in link) is actually the main entrance, and the bottom of the painting is the bottom of the wall- about 11ft. up, so you can walk under it. Add to that it's a curved surface... there's just no way to get a squarely framed shot.
Wow so this is what Hazaz does for a livin. Awesome! If only I were 1/16 as good.