Client requests assessment of the possible tourist recovery of a transit zone in a town in northern Sardinia; the tourist town of Palau. The idea is to design and create a series of murals to beautify a public square, also commissioned is a sculpture of a locally-occurring type of rock, a symbol of the area.
- 1st Stage: Meeting with client to evaluate the different working hypotheses until agreement upon exact work to be undertaken.
Time taken: 3 hours
- 2nd Stage: Make a final scale drawing depicting all the scenes to portray (given the definitive nature of the project and specific work to be undertaken).
Time taken: 15 days.
- 3rd Stage: Start work – apply background colours and treat with acrylic clinging primer. Finish all four murals.
Time taken: 10 days.
- 4th Stage: Possible touch-ups.
Final treatment with water-based varnish to protect murals against atmospheric agents.
Time taken: 1 day.
- 5th Stage: Finish sculpture. Dimensions: 3 meters x 150 wide x 240 high. Materials: galvanised iron, wire mesh, fibre-reinforced concrete, cement plaser and grains of locally-occurring red granite.
Time taken: 3 days.
- 6th Stage: Installation of sculpture with crane truck.
Completion of work payment.
Observations on work undertaken.