Vanya, and Sonia, and Maha, and Spike
University of Alabama
Design brief: Interior sunroom in a
Pennsylvania home, looking out over the mountains and lake.
Wall texture: A thin scenic dope and paint mixed was spread across the walls. Half way through dry time, water was sprayed on, and then rolled with a sponge roller to pucker the texture. Finally, sponging was added in areas for highlight and shadow.
Beams: Hogs trough cover in pink and blue foam. Dry brushing technique with acetone for a bark texture. Doping to prime the surface and wet blended.
Stone Wall: 1” pink foam green glue to flats. Using a heat knife, the stone mortar was cut out. Stippling the stones with acetone, and water, erosion occurred. Rounded edges with a heat gun and rasp. Doping over the foam to prime for paint.
Floor treatment: 4 color wet blend with a satin glaze.
Ground Row: Cartooned out from designer rendering. Initial color was scumbled in, and layered up through sponging with highlight and shadow to give depth.
Director: Jeff Tangeman
Scenic Designer: Garrett M. Walsh
Technical Director: Russell McKinley
Lighting Designer: Chris Collins
Costume Designer: Christina Johnson