There are 2 additional canvas pieces, one on the right and one on the left, that will be added on the job site. They are too big to fit on this wall. The two pieces extend the ripped paper effect.
I recruited my lovely daughter, Sarah, to help me install the mural at the job site. She was a great help and is a few inches taller than me, so could reach the very top with no problem! Here she is burnishing away.
The mural is installed over the entryway to the customer lounge/waiting room.
When I returned the next day, the right edge was looking good. I added a little more wallpaper glue at the top and the right side, then I added the final section of canvas on the right. And of course, I still did some tweaking…more work on the lisence plate and I added some pearl glaze to all the glass.
This is the only angle where I could stand to get the entire mural in the frame of my camera. The hallway it is in, is only about 10′ wide. The good news is that it is opposite a huge wall of floor to ceiling glass and the mural is very visible as you drive into the lot.
When Sarah and I installed this mural, the place was closed. When I returned the following day, few people where around, so I’ve had very little feedback about this mural. It’s not clear to me whether they like it or not. I guess time will tell.