To fool the eye, a sextant hung on an old wall, or a 17th century map. Something you can’t find in the antique stores. A painting of an artifact that just isn’t available to be had (only found in museums), the skull of a mastodon on your bookshelf or perhaps a Stradivarius violin hanging on your wall. You can have an image of anything with heightened detail of shadow and highlights, or something fantastic that only your imagination has conceived.
“Lars first worked for me 25 years ago when he was still in art school. He built a flagstone patio in my back yard. Then he completely painted and decorated a house for me near Boston, a store, and my next house in Ann Arbor. We make up things as we go along, and that’s good. He understands my taste.”
Ann Arbor, MI