Biiiiig Waterfall

Greetings, faithful readers (all 6 of you)!

Been quite a while since I posted anything at all. The upside is that means I’ve been busy. Very busy. Busy is good. Keeps me active. Keeps me moving.

And this piece has certainly kept me moving. Creating this work was a physical experience. Every aspect pushed the boundaries of the spaces I have to work with: from building the canvas to crating and every bit in between. I enjoyed the process immensely.

The work came about by way of a phone call at the end of last Summer. It started its last leg yesterday when the freight truck came to pick up the 82″x64″x6″ crate. My clients had retired and moved to warmer climes, but they were missing some aspects of their place here in Iowa. Namely a large water feature from their yard that gave them a lot of enjoyment and peace in their leisure time. They wanted a piece of that for their new home. We chatted. We took photos. Discussed options and away we went. Several months and a lot of work later we’re nearly finished.

I’ve managed to document the process from beginning conceptual sketches to the end when it was packed into the crate and readied for shipping. I’ve skipped a lot of steps along the way to spare you the (sometimes) ugly details, but it was a wonderful project and I’m glad for the opportunity.

Looking forward to seeing it hung.

So anyway… here’s the pics.

Cheers,

R

 

 

 

 

 

~ by Robert L Reeves on May 9, 2018.

One Response to “Biiiiig Waterfall”

  1. Very interesting!!! Love seeing the process. (I was a big fan of the pieces you did for the Chicago Aviva office — don’t know where they are now, but I’m sure somebody’s enjoying them). Kind regards, Jonna

    On Wed, May 9, 2018, 9:35 AM Robert Reeves: Oil & Dust wrote:

    > Robert L Reeves posted: “Greetings, faithful readers (all 6 of you)! Been > quite a while since I posted anything at all. The upside is that means I’ve > been busy. Very busy. Busy is good. Keeps me active. Keeps me moving. And > this piece has certainly kept me moving. Creating this” >

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