Decided to use one of my redwood tree drawings for the holiday card. Did a few variations as usual and had a hard time making up my mind which I preferred.
The client requested a photo-manipulation to see what the mantel would look like with a dark paint or black bricks and also put a on dark wooden top. The photo on the left, with white paint is the real mantel. It also has a faux wooden top photoshopped to show what it would look like with wood, and not a painted top.
I’ve never really posted any of my Mexico photos from La Penita de Jaltemba online before. I had a chance to visit Thomas Bartlett’s hacienda there years ago and snapped many photos. The pics I’ve posted on other sites have been photoshopped into panoramics (by hand) or made into art pieces with vector and text. . . . Thomas Bartlett Design, in Napa has spent more than 40 years practicing the art and science of Interior Design.
As a professional Interior Designer, he’s created spaces from modest to luxurious, residential to commercial. As a native and resident of California’s Napa Valley, a number of his clients have been from his region, but he has also serviced clients located all over the United States.