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Blue Crane Mural at the International Crane Foundation, Baraboo, Wisconsin USA

This expansive, 1600 sq. ft. Trompe l'œil mural, was painted in the spring and summer of 2009 at the ICF campus in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Realistic imagery was needed to create the illusion of a larger, three-dimensional space.  For the Blue Crane exhibit, the impressionistic style of a South African landscape was created to add depth to the exhibit and to add an illusion of a far-sweeping valley in the distance.
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Jay Jocham painting at ICF (photo by Ann Burke)
Blue Cranes enjoying the exhibit mural.
(photo by ICF)

For more information about the International Crane Foundation, visit www.savingcranes.org.
The outdoor mural was painted using Mythic Paint. It is a zero-VOC, zero-lead, zero-mercury, formaldehyde, or other known toxic materials in a premium acrylic latex. Two, clear, UV, top coats from Earth-Safe Finishes were applied at the completion.
jjocham@looseanimals.com                                                                                                                                                                                
SOUTH WALL
NORTH WALL
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