|To the left is the waterfront. To the right is the main entrance to the house from the driveway.|
|In this post we've just stepped inside the door on the center left and will follow the walls indicated in red.|
Just one step inside the front door of the
|Looking from inside the guest room toward the door we've just entered from the driveway.|
You see into the guest room on the right, through to the other side of the house straight ahead, and beyond the living room to the library on your left. And you can see some parts of all of my mural which I have divided into four main parts. In this post we will explore the living room portion.
|During the installation.|
|Detail of living room portion, studio shot.|
|Looking into the living room.|
|Living room doors closed.|
Part of the property that the house sits on is cultivated. So I depicted freshly plowed fields ready for planting and the natural forest bordering the field.
|Looking from the hall through the living room and to the wall of the library.|
|This is a detail of the photo above.|
|Wide shot showing the entire perimeter of the living room and all of this portion of my mural.|
I didn't really think about it but there's poetic logic to the living room portion of my mural showing the land that gives life; food and a livelihood.
|Looking back through the open doors of the guest room. The living room is on the right.|
|Looking through the hall and into the living room from the library.|
At the party given in honor of the craftspeople I met Robert and Lindsay MacLeod, Wadmalaw Island neighbors, who are using part of this land to raise their own crops. They also happen to be the craftspeople who made the beautiful outdoor lanterns for the house. Coming up I'll show more of the outside as well as the kitchen portion of the mural.
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