Thursday, December 11, 2014

Hidden Art Walls and Embossed Ceiling

Hi blog friends. Some of you were asking to see some of my latest work.
So I thought I'd share last weeks work with you. 
I have to say this was the hardest week long job I've had in 15 years of faux painting.
 This is a guest bathroom where I did hidden art on the walls.
 the pictures don't  do it justice.
click on the picture to see it bigger and find the hidden art
 The powder room
 Over the tub
 A little closer look
 The killer ceiling. Stenciled leafs ,
then applied three different metallic colors on top. 
My entire body hurt , So glad this is behind me.
Now just have to finish the rest of the faux / mural jobs before Christmas......

15 comments:

newfiecrafter(Marilyn) said...

Wow this is absolutely gorgeous I can understand why you would HURT.

bobbie said...

Yikes!! I can see why you hurt! That ceiling medallion is awesome!
Just as long as you're ready for next Monday!

Hugs ~

misteejay said...

Oh my, you have been busy. Hope you will get a chance to take a rest over the Holidays.
Toni xx

Terry said...

I don't know how you do it, but obviously there are times that pain is beautiful! Wow, GF! Hugs!

Diane said...

Oh, heavens!! I can imagine how hard some of these spots were to work, the ceiling being one. One layer would be a killer but 3!!!! Is that with some kind of plaster, too? Or did you make it look that way? But it's truly beautiful, Lynn, what a masterpiece. Diane

Createology said...

Lynn your work is amazing and stunning. You really have a gift dear. May you find time to enjoy this beautiful season. Sharing Joy and Jingles...

Suzanne C said...

Gorgeous bathroom and the amount of effort to do it is very apparent! Hope your holidays get more relaxing!

Evelyn S. said...

Lynn...I cannot believe that is the work of someone I know! ;-) What gorgeous, gorgeous results!

Sarah said...

Wow!! Georgeous!!
I'll bet you really needed a neck massage after working on that ceiling.

mamablitger said...

Lynn your guest bathroom is looking awesome !! What a lot of work you put into that project. Easy to understand you got pains in your neck/ body !!
If you feel restored you ar welcome to come and do a similar restoring to our bathroom ( in Spain )...
Lol
Thanks for sharing !!! Hugs from Monica.... Spain

Debbie said...

What a MASTERPIECE you have created in the hidden art walls and embossed ceiling. I bet the homeowner wants to spend all of her waking minutes in these rooms. Beautiful! Love It!

Marjie Kemper said...

Those lucky homeowners... I bet they smile every time they see your beautiful work.

Lisa said...

Wow, stunning! Unique decorating. ;)

Betsy said...

Lynn,
You do amazing work! I have enjoyed doing what little faux painting I have done and I am about ready to do some more. Mine will not be nearly as detailed and ornate as yours and it will take me probably twice as long to do! I love the work you've done! What a gorgeous room!
hugs,
Betsy

Carolyn Miller said...

I am very intrigued by your power room. I am trying a technique on my bathroom walls as well. Using sparkle crack fill. Just hope it turns out half as good as yours. Love the glaze you used.

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