|Work in Progress at Lynne Rutter Studio|
|ornament sketch- a first step|
The design takes its inspiration from a mix of Florentine paper and grottesca ornament, and uses a cooler palette of roses and blues from our client's fabulous oriental carpet.
As each of the ceiling coffers are slightly different in size and shape, I designed a simple and colorful foliate ornament which when repeated (112 times!) will help make the ceiling look more symmetrical.
We started by developing the corner element. This sketch was copied to a master drawing, and then separated into a simple stencil design. We used the stencil to transfer the basic shape or the ornament to the canvas using four colors of matte acrylic paint.
Each element is then hand-shaded with four more colors, and lined with burnt sienna.
|finished panels awaiting installation|
We hope to install this ceiling in early June.
Please show us the finished result in June! I know it will look amazing. :)ReplyDelete
just beautiful, Lynne. It reminds me of the graphics in the opening credits for Room With A View. Can't wait to see the installation.ReplyDelete