New World Productions
About this pro
Rather than simply painting a pretty picture on a wall, my murals tell a story, or sometimes hint at a story to be told. Also, every one of my murals contains my trademark red string. What I like most about what I do is that I am always creating something, and given that I do commissioned work, I leave my 'mark' wherever I'm hired to paint a mural.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Too many factors to talk about here... But some would be; Size Complexity Difficulty of accessing the space Timing
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I'm not sure...fate? It seems that way to me. I was always doing some kind of art but it wasn't until I met four specific people over 18 years ago that I realized that I could earn a living painting pictures. Specifically, I shared studio space with an artist, 18 or 19 years ago, who did decorative art....murals, floorcloths and painted furniture. Whenever she was asked to paint something she wasn't sure she could handle, she sent the clients to me....
- What types of customers have you worked with?For interior murals, painting something that makes it appear as if there is an opening, such as a doorway or a window, where there was none. Exterior murals usually have some historical significance if on a commercial building. When I do studio work, like graphic design, I accept all sorts of commissions, from standard business advertisements, branding design to architectural renderings and even stage props & backdrops for one of our local theaters. And lately, we've been designing and creating decor for large parties, like the 17 dog houses I designed and built out of foam core.