COMMISSION PIECES

First, let me apologize for the long silence to this blog, and to the whole website. It's not that I haven't been busy since November, I have, but I have just neglected to keep up with the website and sharing my work as it gets done. I sincerely apologize for that. 

I'll open with two commissions that friend Heidi McBride put together for me. Heidi has been a great help with local work, as of late, and I'm incredibly grateful for all her help and handling of these projects. They've been cool and fun to work on and I've learned a lot from doing them. 

The first commission was for a new realtor in the Portland area. Located down the street from a previous commission that Heidi put together, this one was rather large. Not in the size of the work, but in the workload itself. The new realtor wanted a very graphic interpretation of a map of Portland painted on their main wall, and five of their barn doors custom painted. Below is the mural (still waiting to get good shots of the doors)...


The second commission was for a friend of Heidi's who wanted a piece of my artwork for her home. A great project to work on as I love seeing my work hanging in the home of someone who truly appreciates art. The piece I did was a triptych on wood panels that were each 24 x 24 x 3. Below is the final result...