Back in 2006, I painted a mural of the Chicago skyline in a residential condo in downtown Lemont. 3 years later, the owner of the condo is ready for a change, so I will be transforming the wall from a buzy city scene to a serene bamboo forest.
This is the image I will be referencing.
This Saturday was a beautiful day for a wedding, and I was so glad the weather cooperated because I had the pleasure of taking photographs of a Clara Williams Company co-worker’s bouquet. The bouquet was done by Alice’s Garden and featured 2 types of ivory roses. I’ll be putting together some compositions soon for our boss to choose from (she’s giving the painting to the bride as a gift!). Congratulations Katie and Ted!
Hollie and Anthony’s painting is slowly filling in, but may go even slower this week. I have a mural that I am starting this week out in Lemont. Oddly enough, I am painting over a mural I did back in 2006 of the Chicago skyline. The new painting will be of a bamboo forest. I’ll be posting the progress of this project as well, so be sure to check back….lot’s going on!
I had the pleasure of attending Hollie and Tony (Rossi’s) wedding in sunny Cancun, Mexico this February. It was a much needed vacation and a wonderful experience having never attended a destination wedding before.
As a gift to the bride and groom, I will be creating a painting of Hollie’s star gazer lily and ivory rose bouquet. What a great way to remember this magical day! Thanks Hollie and Tony for letting me be apart of your wedding!
Here are a couple of close up shots of the bouquet.
The composition the bride chose for the painting….
Progress as of today!