Prior to hanging the silhouettes, I did all sorts of basic math and figured out how to get the wall marked for hanging these silhouettes. Once hung, some of the wood frames are a little warped and they kind of twist away from the wall in the lower left hand corners. I am going to go back to this client's house and use a little handy sticky-tack to hold them down. She lives in this spacious modern house that is on a spectacular wooded lot with a creek. She hates it. She is trying to do everything she can to make it look traditional and it just isn't working. I told her she should embrace the modern-ness, but she can't . She said they are going to tear it down in five years and build a traditional abode. She didn't care much how I hammered nails into her dining room wall.
Photo was taken horizontally, oops! Light was coming in from the huge windows on the right. Nice big smudge on the dining room wall!