A close family-friend was remodeling their living room and wanted a large, fresh, abstract piece as a focal point above their new couch. I initially met with them a couple times to look at the space and discuss what they had in mind as far as colors, general shape, and size.
We decided on a three-panel piece with a large abstract “swoosh” and geometric lines overlaid, incorporating the pops of colors in the room. I created a small mock-up painting for them and brought it over to make sure we were headed in the direction they wanted. I also sent them a digital mock-up, with my small painting photoshopped onto a photo of their wall in order to give them a better idea as to how the finished product would look.
I got the go-ahead and went to work. This was my largest solo commission to date, measuring 7.5 ft when all panels are placed together (8.5 ft when hung with space between). I love the physical challenge of large scale paintings, and I hope to do more in the future. They were very happy with the result and we are discussing another commission in their dining room! Thank you Kelley and Dave!