"The Painted Wall: From Cave Painting to Le Corbusier and Beyond"
Thank you for reminding us to link to the stream and experience your flow of work. Your are a very prolific creator, mister, and a continuing source of inspiration! And though an appointment calls me away, I mean to make quality time for a closer and extended look. There's so much to see and feel here . . .
Mark, thanks so much for for continued interest and support. Btw I was going through clipping files for a particular project I'm working on and came across Carlo Marchiori's Pompeian mural from 1986. I've never met Carlo but a friend of mine, Michael Duté, worked for him for a time. I bet you'd enjoy looking at his site.http://www.michaeldute.com/index.htm
Back in your stream again today . . . I also visited Michael Duté's site — thanks for that. I really enjoy the luxe that he creates, and like that first image of the Renaissance room. I assume he painted the portrait, as well as the rest of the space.I gather that Carlo Marchiori has painted many Pomeian rooms, as I've seen a number of them painted as ruins and equally as un-distressed. I like them either way. He's been a great inspiration for me.