Project details:

Project designer: Annette Taylor-Anderson (ATADesigns)
Client: Residential - Garden Mural

Project description:

Garden Mural Design Feature

Garden mural design entitled Rush Hour by ATADesigns

The idea of painting a garden mural design started off as a small personal project I’d set for myself.  This is something I’d always wanted to do, so I’m now revealing to you the other creative side of me, Annette Taylor-Anderson, the painter.   I started off by painting a mural on my garden brick wall two years ago.  Now, I have extended the idea and painted a mural on my garden fence, very challenging indeed.  As many of you know my background is in fine art, so I have no fear of painting a large area.  In fact, I couldn’t wait to put paint to paint brush and paint away.  First, I did a bit of research to find out what kind of paint to use on wood, as I would need something that’s long-lasting.  Then, to find the right kind of wood to use for panelling, wood that would withstand all weathers.

The mural is split into wooden panel sections which makes it easier to export from the builder’s yard.  Each panel is treated, and then finally painted with a design.

There are 3 mural panels inspired by my travels on London’s Underground.  There’s so many really interesting situations, people, features etc.  All inspiring ideas, its endless.  The mural designs are entitled:

The Journey Garden Mural DesignInspired by my journey on London’s Underground

Rush Hour Garden Mural Design – Inspired by my journey on London’s Underground

The Announcement Garden Mural DesignInspired by my journey on London’s underground.

Reading Room Garden Mural DesignInspired by the library

All 3 panels installed as one mural

Garden fence measures:  182cm(H) x 360cm(W)

Each panel measures:  182cm(H) x 120cm(W)

All 3 panel murals can be seen in the projects section of this website.

Commissions:  We have a couple of commissions up our sleeve, so, if you like these garden mural designs, we are now accepting commissions for projects.  Drop me an email or give me a call to discuss your requirements further.

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