What! No, not a fake floor, a real floor made to look like the wonderful stone cliffs here in Arkansas. A little gray jasper with a smattering of red clay. Ron rolled the base coat of transparent stain and I have been very slowly adding cracks and graining details. We want the first impression of the gallery/studio to be “oooooo”. Things like the floor matter to put our best face on.
3 thoughts on “Faux Floor”
Jim Bakker did the floors in the main building at Morningside in Blue Eye that way and then they took it up the walls in some places to look like a cave
Beautiful! But I know how hard that is on the knees!
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