Wall Mural Painting

A mural by definition is a painting that is done directly on a wall regardless of size or the materials used by the artist. The most important requirements for painting a wall mural is enthusiasm for the project. You're painting a large area and it's going to take a while, but the rewards make it worthwhile.

How to Prepare a Surface for a Wall Mural?
Thoroughly clean the wall to remove any dust and grease, and leave it to dry. Consider applying a fresh coat of paint or primer before you begin your design, especially if there are color variations on the wall.

What Paint to Use for a Wall Mural?
Quality acrylic mural paints are the ideal. If your wall mural is accessible to small children protect the mural with a final coat of protective clear varnish, which also makes cleaning it simple.

A custom hand painted mural's cost depends upon several factors: Size, Complexity, Location, Surface, Detail and type of paint (Oil or Acrylic Paint). I enjoy both mediums, however it takes me twice as long to paint with oil paint as it does painting with acrylic paint. Oil paint is also more expensive than acrylic paint.

Murals can be painted on a numerous surfaces ranging from concrete to wood, wallboard to canvas and even on certain types of wall paper. The possibilities are absolutely endless!

Attractive wall murals and decorative painting have an effective impact transforming interiors and exteriors. Murals can be seen in many places. Restaurants, schools walls, exteriors, any large open wall space can be painted to create a certain mood for the customers or users.

Murals can be used on both exterior or interior walls and can have a powerful effect on surroundings.

We offers a complete service from consultation through to completion ensuring that your original work of art is a beautiful focal point.

  • Mural Design
  • Mural Restoration
  • Collaborative Murals

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