We all agreed that something abstract would speak to their audience. We needed to design not only a dynamic painting, but a work of art that would be right at home in the urban landscape. The first place I looked for inspiration was urban planning itself. I imagined a city from above, filled with competing geometry; an ever-evolving collection of spaces within spaces. The final painting would be composed of rigid shapes painted with an organic feel.
Working with Dan on the large scale murals he did for The Whit was a fun, collaborative process. He took our ideas and transformed them into murals that made sense for the project (and our budget)! We ended up with beautiful art that perfectly fits the space.”