The faux sienna marble panel I made awhile back I thought why not use this Trompe L’oeil image and update this post as well. I held a seminar on trompe loeil at a Home Decor Show in Naples a few years ago by Home and Design Magazine in Naples Fl.
This marble rendering is actually on a painted panel (hollow core door) that I used for a Home Decor Show few years back. I used a series of these doors and made a booth from them for a trade show. Every painted panel had some kind of trompe loeil work on them except for maybe a couple that I needed to show a few other painting techniques.
I know I post a lot about marble but lately there has been a lot of call for it on columns and accent areas, I have even seen an increase for my marbling DVD. My favorite part is the trompe loeil work and I think it just adds to the whole look of a painted panel its self. I try to take things a bit further each time I paint because as with any artist repetition just drives me nuts. Doing the same thing over and over is ok but myself I have to make it a little more interesting or different each time I paint.
Trompe painted panel
At any rate I thought I should update this trompe loeil post because I have had this page down for a while and Google keeps reminding me of a broken link and of course is not good for your SEO or page rank in the search engines and we wouldn’t want that now would we? How ever it is a good lead into let you all know about my Marketing For Artists and Small Business seminars that will be coming up in October. I will also be launching a membership sight showing people how to create passive and residual income while painting in their studios.
Now I do have more to say on this post but I have a few things I must do to get ready for another seminar and will come back to this post later so if you have any questions about this panel feel free to ask by leaving a comment and Ill answer it when I get notified that it’s here. Boy I just love wordpress. Of course, I hope you all have enjoyed the