Welcome to the world of window screen painting.

Please click here to redirect to my new website 

for the latest news, artworks, and events. 

Anna’s hand-painted custom window screens

are reminiscent of the old traditional painted screens that once adorned thousands of Baltimore city rowhouse windows.  Painted screens offer privacy and a unique personal artistic flare to your home, whether you live in an extravagant estate by the sea, in a Baltimore rowhouse (where the painted screen originated), or in a quaint and cozy country cabin.

Baltimore window screen painting celebrated it's 100th anniversary in 2013. An active member of the Painted Screen Society, Anna is one of a handful of artists who carry on the local tradition, by "Painting the Town, One Window at a Time."

Painted screen art will stylishly decorate your home exterior, wow your neighbors, and make an extraordinary gift for that extra special person.

"Painting the Town - One Window at a Time"


 See more of Anna's Screen Art here

 Click on thumbnails to view larger image

 where to buy and how to order?

Buy screen art at Anna's Events to Paint Town craft shows and sales.


Contact Anna directly to order your window screen painting

Experience good old fashioned customer service. I'd be happy to paint you a personalized screen of something or someplace near and dear to your heart by special custom order. The possibilities are as endless as your imagination. 

Take a self-guided driving tour of window screen paintings in Baltimore using the Art Gallery on the Street Google map here.


Learn How to Paint your own window screen

or, better yet, have your screen professionally painted by me.Hope you can stay awhile and browse....


The Painted Screen phenomenon: a privacy effect

 "You see out, no one sees in"

beautiful color on the outside, yet invisible from the inside

learn everything you ever wanted to know about painted screens  



     Marvelous screens by Tom Lipka, photography by Laureen Miles Brunelli http://baltimore.about.com   

Patterson Park Pagoda by R. Inglis

Baltimore screen, painted & photograped by Anna Pasqualucci 

Beautiful rowhouse screens on Fagley  Street by the late Richard Inglis




Make a free website with Yola