(STUDIO WORKS) @ ASI/O' DESIGN1999 - 2004
"Waterfall w/ Moon and Maples" each panel 80 x 24 inches 2000
"Abstract Arrangement W/ Circles" each panel 80 x 24 inches 2001
"Dragonfly and Bellflowers" (Red Version) each panel 80 x 32 inches 2001
3 Panel one sided Screen OR Triptych 80 x 78 inches
Four Panel one sided screen 2002
EACH PANEL: 80" X 14"
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The Following Two Panels are variations of existing work computer
constructed as recommendations for upcoming commissioned projects.
Triptych View #1 Triptych View #2
Wall Mounted Headboard 2001
Basic Categories of Trompe L'Oeil
Faux moldings: details such as moldings, columns, and niches.
Grisalle: French for "shades of gray", Ornamentation.
Polychrome ornaments: Same as grisalle but using colors.
Murals: are large scale trompe l'oeil, combining three dimensional
architectural elements with landscape/figures.
Trompe l'Oeil marquetry: both stone and wood are used instead of paint.
Trompe L'Oeil paintings: fine art still life incorporating trompe l'oeil
Trompe L'oeil- pronounced:
trump-loy, translated from French means "to
deceive the eye". It is a technique used by [still life] artists to trick
the viewer into believing that the objects that he is looking at are real.
As trompe l'oeil artists it is our goal to give the impression of depth
where there is none and to give the impression of volume where there is
The trompe l'oeil tradition in painting is rooted in antiquity. From the
Natural History by Pliny the Elder, we have descriptions of the use
of this technique...
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