It’s been a great start to the season with three shows back to back with RLTP. Look for my scene painting adventures with #gatherroundfitches . Spatter and sponge. Repeat.
Kicking off the 19-20 season with The Authentic Life of Billy the Kid at RLTP. I really enjoyed bringing this Wild West cabin to life with set dressing and aged wood paint techniques. Here we go!
Finishing paint renderings for An Ideal Husband at Irish Classical Theatre, my last show of the season (not including 2 fundraisers later this month). #paperplatepalette #arena Save
Faux wood grain, faux wood grain, and oh, how about some more faux wood grain. A week of scene painting leads into a week of furniture load- in and set dressing. Looking forward to teching Deathtrap this weekend with RLTP.
Clybourne Park opens this week. My first scenic jaunt with Road Less Traveled Productions. The old Studio Arena has a new life as 710Main Theatre. RLTP invaded the space for this provocative story on race relations, social perspectives, and the continuing fight for equality on all fronts. Come join the conversation.
It’s been a time these months. Opened and closing. Curtain Up! at the New Phoenix. Set design for Venus in Fur. Many thanks to the team I had on board for this little boxed set. Good karma comes around. Venus reborn. Venus revealed.
One week, eight paint calls. I was hired as the Scenic Artist for the production of Giselle with Neglia Ballet Artists that I was also the lighting designer for. Our paint space was in a converted barn in the rolling hills of Boston, NY. Less picturesque on some of these frigid days we’ve been having,Continue reading “Charming cottages & Epic trees”