Date(s) - 08/08/20 - 08/21/20
Remodeling of the MountainView Fitness Center is underway with a completion date about 50 days away. Among the updates are the color scheme and wall hangings to create a calmer and more tranquil environment. They have asked us to contribute the images for this project to make the wall hangings.
The wall hangings serve two purposes — decorating and quieting the facility. The images, printed on sound-proofing canvas, cover sound-proofing panels attached to the walls. Most panels will be 4’ x 4’ yet some may be smaller — four (4) grouped 2’ x 2’ panels. The Mesquite Grill has some of these art panels, if that helps to give a vision.
MountainView has specific parameters for the photographic wallhangings — size, color and themes. The General Manager and Fitness Administrative Team will make final selections from among the photos we submit — enough for them to select at least six (6) panels, possibly more.
Guidelines and Parameters
New Color Scheme is taupe, grey, white and pale aqua
All Photos to be taken on or from HOA2.
Simple, serene, calm and peaceful and nature images.
Colors that reflect (quiet) shades of gray, blues and soft aquas, whites and light taupes, possibly morning shots.
Landscapes — no flowers , yet a cactus could be part of an overall scene.
Mountains, yet not the golf course.
No buildings or swimming pool areas.
20 or more Mpixels, required for professional printing and sizing.
Our Club’s Plan
Members with 16 to 24 pixel and above cameras, please shoot and submit several photos to Mark Guinn, email@example.com by 8/20/20.
Members with qualified photos (previously taken), please submit to Mark Guinn by 8/20/20.
The Board will select photos from submissions and forward to MountainView by 8/24/20.
Our Club fulfilled a prior MountainView project request. Roddy Wilder and Tim Butler submitted photos in the past. Thanks to their history, we have been invited to go forth, walk the land, look up and down, around and through. Shoot what you see that possibly meets the challenge of their tranquil and calm vision.
If you like, please feel free to contact Sandy, Mark or Barbara Wilder to talk about ideas for the project.