beth bundy designs

25 abstract squares.

Beth Bundy

My brother and his partner are soon opening a restaurant in Seattle.  They have been working hard on all aspects of the restaurant from menu to interior to logo, to even beer and coffee tastings, for almost a year now.  In just a couple of weeks we will be able to visit the space, try their food, and hear about their success!  They also mentioned that they were having a professional photographer photograph their space soon, so knowing that I want to get photos of my art on-location I asked if they would be interested in displaying a piece of my art on their restaurant wall.

They were open to the idea to so I worked on my first piece designed for a specific space.  I looked at traditional wrought iron from New Orleans and Haiti, used design aspects from their logo and interior fabric, and found card stock to match their colors.  It was a fun challenge!  

After cutting many squares on my Silhouette, I layered them and moved them around and cut a few more to make the ideal composition.

After cutting many squares on my Silhouette, I layered them and moved them around and cut a few more to make the ideal composition.

I designed 8 different squares with three layers each and then cut, arranged and rearranged them into a 24" square frame.  I am so excited about the final outcome and look forward to seeing it hang on the wall of Acadia as soon as it is open and ready for visitors and artwork!

Ready to hang!

Ready to hang!