Category Archives: Theater

Scenic floor design

Most spaces we live in have floors. Stage and film have on set floors and are a unique and important part of a set design. In painting these one tries to use as many tricks to produce as quickly and fun as … Continue reading

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Scenic stenciling

I’ve always loved stenciling, its process is linear but the act itself can be very free. Hand stencils, made by blowing pigment over a hand held against a wall, are found from over 35,000 years ago in Asia and Europe, … Continue reading

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Christmas Cheer!

I‘m here painting away on a fun mural in the Dr. Seuss Room at the Old Globe Theater in Balboa Park. Working with Carole Payette and Adam Bernard made this project a very fun and quick one. My love of Dr. … Continue reading

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occasions of grandeur

“Although described by a contemporary critic as ‘looking like an overloaded sideboard’, it (the Paris Opera House) is now regarded as one of the masterpieces of the period. Here Garnier triumphed over a cramped and difficult site, handling the carriage-ramps … Continue reading

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in a lush green land

a candid view from the paint loft

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Mo w magical beast!

Niki de Saint Phalle’s artwork is wonderful.

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detail of mantel w sunlight

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