Terrys Custom Window Art

Specifically, I have been attracted to and participating in art since I was young. When I was fifteen years old I started window art on residential homes, then later commercial designs, and graphics this became my specialty. I welcome new and repeat customers every year by offering free mural estimates with many different examples of the designs and graphics I have done in the past. I have over three hundred samples on hand to improve the efficiency and ease of communication with my service.
Certainly, window wall murals serve many purposes whether it is for fun or business. Art is great for residential or commercial businesses normally targeting many business advertisements or urban area holiday celebrations. I have made some wall murals in many residential homes made for the decorations during football parties or alike. Window murals really capture the holiday spirits for your customers putting them in a good mood even before they open the front door to your business.
Mainly, window mural painters today are facing a part of a dying art form that previously had been fashionable with artist such as Michelangelo, Diego Riviera, Claude Monet, Leonardo da Vinci and many others throughout the centuries. A lot of the first artist started in Italy then spread through Latin America mainly Spain, Mexico and lastly the United States. The icon, Diego Riviera traveled to San Francisco then went to Detroit where he painted the Mural in figure four, his impression about the industrial revolution. Murals are typically large pictures created on walls, ceilings, and windows.

Contact: Terry Jimenez

(360) 936-7658

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