|Despite having a strong horizontal line, this arrangement of |
'art' looks more like a stamp collection skidmark. It actually
makes the faux wood paneling look stylish. I could go on for
days with this room, but for now, lets just focus on the art.
I recently did an art installation for a client, and amazingly, had the forethought to take photos of the process. I'm not going to lie, planning it all took twice as long as just swinging a hammer and a whispered prayer, but the end result yielded no remorse, which made it all worthwhile.
|Step 2: Assess the art.|
Lay art out on the floor in a configuration you think
could work. My common theme is engravings, btw.
Note: Take photos of the winning layout, because you
won't remember when it comes time to hang.
This layout is good.
|This layout, not so good. Kind of boring, too square.|
|Step 5: Install.|
This group has already been added to with
other little treasures we've found along the way.
That's what's so great about an asymmetrical
group like this. Lots of room for new friends.