Published September 05, 2012 17:06
The Big Horn County Historical Society Museum needed to recognize their donors with a donor wall to fit their space and themed around their identity. The museum contacted Presentations to help produce a donor wall they designed and visioned.
The challenge to this donor wall design was the multiple layering that incorporated photographed images of the mountains. Each peak of the mountain represents one of the six donor giving levels. In total the donor wall has seven different layers all individually cut and mounted together. This creates about 4 inches of depth to the donor recognition wall. Images are printed on pieces of Plexiglas and then adding a dividing layer. Once completed the donor wall was shipped to Montana and easily hung using the cleat system as recommended by Presentations.
The Big Horn County Historical Society Museum now has a beautiful donor wall that reflects their organization and thanks their donors in an artistic way.