This mural was created in 2003 and is located in the conference room of Patrick Labbé’s artist camp in Quebec City. It was a large scale project involving a number of murals which were created for the organisation’s offices.
First step of the mural project representing a medieval landscape. The sketch, made with an airbrush technique, determines the shape, constrasts and depths of the landscape.
The second step enhances the contrasts and reveals a first coat of colours. Blacks and whites become more definite, fog is added on different layers, and green and blue photographings bring the sketch to life.
The third and last step consists in equalizing the different layers with a brush by detailing the elements and by accentuating the light effect in order to give the landscape a natural and appealing effect.
Mural (conference room) faux-marble paint, faux-wood.
Work in progress, conference room.
Jungle airbrush mural
Airbrush mural and faux-wood finish in the meeting room
Airbrush mural work in progress, meeting room.