Mural by Lisa Curry Mair of Canvasworks Designs. This is Essex, CT, as it might have looked 150 years ago or so. The clients sent Lisa pictures of the town, their house, and details they wanted included. She painted a watercolor-on-canvas sketch for their approval, then went to work on the actual piece, which is about 5' X 12'. It will be going on their living room wall above a chair rail.

Mural by Lisa Curry Mair of Canvasworks Designs. This is Essex, CT, as it might have looked 150 years ago or so. The clients sent Lisa pictures of the town, their house, and details they wanted included. She painted a watercolor-on-canvas sketch for their approval, then went to work on the actual piece, which is about 5' X 12'. It will be going on their living room wall above a chair rail.

Just found this guy today when I was researching acrylic paints. I think I'm gonna be using this site a lot this summer. Will Kemp Art School.

Just found this guy today when I was researching acrylic paints. I think I'm gonna be using this site a lot this summer. Will Kemp Art School.

Easy Weekend DIY Projects For Home Decoration Simple Painted Leaves for Your Wall.

Easy Weekend DIY Projects For Home Decoration

Detail of the barn from the Hartland, Vermont mural. By Lisa Curry Mair of Canvasworks Designs www.canvasworksdesigns.com

Detail of the barn from the Hartland, Vermont mural. By Lisa Curry Mair of Canvasworks Designs www.canvasworksdesigns.com

A "Vertical Mural"? Yes! Painted on canvas by folk artist, Lisa Curry Mair, at Canvasworks Designs.

A "Vertical Mural"? Yes! Painted on canvas by folk artist, Lisa Curry Mair, at Canvasworks Designs.

This mural was painted by Lisa Curry Mair on canvas and then mounted on the wall with wallpaper paste. The scene dates back to the mid 19th century. With a driving horse, colonial home and old barn. It was painted to mimic how the current home's surroundings would have looked almost 200 years ago.

This mural was painted by Lisa Curry Mair on canvas and then mounted on the wall with wallpaper paste. The scene dates back to the mid 19th century. With a driving horse, colonial home and old barn. It was painted to mimic how the current home's surroundings would have looked almost 200 years ago.

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