Trompe l'oeil Balustrade

Trompe l'oeil literally translates from French to mean "fools the eye." A challenge to paint, the trompe l'oeil piece requires meticulous attention to detail on the part of the artist. Proper sizing and every detail, nuance of light and gradation of color must be skillfully incorporated in order to make the two-dimensional work appear to be three-dimensional. Balustrade in the Portuguese blue-and-white Azuela-style of the eighteenth century. Garlands weave and drape on architectural features on the walls of a delightful outdoor lanai in Florida. Four trompe l'oeil columns and a fountain welcome guests to an elegant outdoor living space in San Diego CA. Equipment of Culture inventive interpretations of historic styles adapt to clients desires and enliven new construction and renovations alike.

FL and CA, USA.

Trompe l'Oeil Balustrade



Trompe l'Oeil Balustrade
Back Wall of Fountain Installation