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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"
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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.
The Painted Screen phenomenon: a privacy effect
"You see out, no one sees in"
beautiful color on the outside, yet invisible from the inside
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
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