Northlands Church stage was due for an update. The creative team attached these 2' x 2' acoustic ceiling tiles to the back wall...and then the lighting worked it's magic!
COCOCOHome, a manufacturer of beautiful custom furniture, recently opened their Atlanta (Buckhead) showroom, and the owner wanted to create a focal point on the reclaimed brick wall. The weathered sign is the perfect solution.
Northlands Church in Norcross, Georgia hosted their first summer day camp this year. The challenge was to create a pirate "feel" on a limited budget. On the stage, the mast was built from carpet tubes, the sail from an old bed sheet, and the wheel and ship front were created out of styrofoam sheet. Signs and balloons welcomed the young sailors as they walked the "gang plank".
(Total cost $150)
This canvas backdrop was painted for the 2014 "Refresh" conference at Northlands Church, in Norcross Georgia. I had much help from Monica O'Keefe, and Elsa Liebenberg!
We stretched scenic muslin on a large frame, primed with flat paint, and created the sunburst with long handled rollers, small push brooms, and a window squeegee. After it dried, we pulled the 11' x 11' creation off the frame, and stretched a new piece. We used one entire piece to make table runners. The "Radiant" graphic was done on a tissue lame´ fabric panel.
...And the best part is that the painting has a permanent home. Ryan Schmidt helped by building frames to stretch the 3 panels on.
And VOILA!! A new stage backdrop in the "Riverzone" grade school room.