The last room I will feature here from the Cambridge House Project is actually the first room I started with here. A big, lazy willow tree spans two walls, giving little baby Ezra something fun to look at while lying in her crib. This first picture shows the work in progress. You can see my rough sketches taped to the wall. The trunk of the tree starts out with the deepest color orange and gradually fades to a lighter orange as the leaves and branches spread to the second wall.
With the crib in place, so can see the effect.
Did you catch Ezra name "hidden" in the branches?
Across the room, on a slanted ceiling, another branch with a butterfly, bird and dragonfly greet you as you enter this room. The same simple color palette was used.
Again, I used a variety of more abstract reference materials, adapting them to fit the space and overall design concept.
Well, I hope you have enjoyed seeing all the fun painting I was allowed to do at the Cambridge House Project!