Since we spiffed up the walls, Jill asked Tamara if it would be possible to spiff up the furniture a bit. Sure! We headed back for a quick visit to touch up dings and scrapes. All those small marks that can make for a beat up dingy feel - eek. We don't want that! So much nicer now, and without having to run out and $buy new. Translation: 10,000 hundred million excellent zillions times nicer!
For about 5 years Debby and I painted together Debby continued to paint murals and faux finishes for another couple of years before closing Signature Mural and Finish, Inc. Now she is back into Art, the Studio Art variety, and all excited about two particular processes: Alcohol Ink: Wild and spontaneous bright color. A very “in the moment”, and process-oriented medium. So different from the planned and meticulous approach of the woman I used to work with! (Who can draw like a
Gee - you'd think from these latest posts that all we do is bright things! It's actually unusual, we spend a lot more time doing things people live with day-to-day. Which doesn't usually run to optical art. But, it's all done now, and looks great. You can stand at a centerpoint to the two walls and have them do the vanishing-point thing to your eyes. Very fun. The DuPage Children's Museum also has an interactive geometric projection going on behind you if you are standing the