Al Capone Screen at DiPasquale's Italian Marketplace, Highlandtown
Skipping Over the Ocean Like a Stone
Six porch and two door screens make up this seaside mural. The overhead door transom screen sports the house number. The mural is approx. 6 ft high x 10 ft wide.
Pagoda Pups: Dogs Playing by the Patterson Park Pagoda
Photo courtesy of The Diary of a Reluctant Mother
See screens best in warmer weather and during daylight hours.
Rare Baltimore "painted screen" lawn chairs
may be ordered with any scene from around the world
More window screen paintings by Anna P....
Remember strolling the boardwalk shops at Shantytown, Ocean City, MD?
look out below!
...for more designs in all shapes, sizes, and locales
The Thomas Point Skipjack on durable pet density window screen
Maryland Black-Eye Susans and Baltimore Checkerspot Butterflies provide privacy as the neighbors stroll by the window and admire it's beauty
screens come in all sizes, from small adjustables to large patio screen doors...... and they all can be painted
no screen in your window? window screens can be made to fit your window. visit your local hardware store for details and DIY kits
these adjustable screens will fit most windows. many more designs may be special ordered
15" high adjustable Inner Harbor adjustable "City slider"
18" high adjustable City slider
15" high adjustable schooner & lighthouse screen
15" springtime at the Pagoda on top of Canonball Hill
Painted screens aren't just for city rowhomes anymore.
Painted Screens are migrating "down the ocean"... from Ocean City to the Outer Banks.
Be sure to mention where you've seen Anna's screens when ordering.
Wild Ponies by the Assateague Lighthouse sliding patio door screen provides beauty and privacy to a channel-front Ocean City summer home. The home displays 23 diverse window screens paintings, so far.
Anna's and Dee Herget's screens adorn several Ocean City doors across from the Convention Center on 40th Street.
John Iampieri's tropical porch screens can be seen on a lovely white cottage located directly behind the Fenwich Inn.
Sting Wray's Restaurant Sunset Surfer window screen painting is on Hatteras Island, across from the road to the Rodanthe Fishing Pier. Formerly Uncle Pauly's, Sting Wray's serves the same great food and is a "must stop" on your way down Hwy 12 to see the lighthouse. They are up and running after the flooding from Hurricane Irene and continue to serve their great food.
having a fun time when I see you and you don't see me...
looking out a painted screen
Crabfeast Google EyesInspired by a child's marvelous face found on the internet. His fun-loving expression embodied the lighthearted mood I sought to paint on a window screen. Everyone's happy and in a festive mood when there's a pile of Maryland steamed crabs in front of them!
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