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Kiln-fired Artwork on Porcelain Tile is TRULY ARCHIVAL

My specialty is reproducing paintings, illustrations, photographs, even old documents by firing the art on tile - especially porcelain (and now white glass too). Very interesting options exist for creating custom, enduring art for any location, outdoors or indoors! Virtually anything that you can paint, draw, or photograph (or license from professional artists, photographers, designers) can be transferred to and kiln-fired onto any ceramic or glass surface - scaled to any size - custom waterjet cuts too.

The resultant surface is very durable, completely weather-proof, and will never fade. Consider this for kitchens, baths, pools, fountains, saunas, landscaping, even integrated with metal or wood work such as stair and/or deck railings, fences, and gates. It's a perfect complimentary addition for any patio or other outdoor environment.

If you are stumped for what art to use, let me help. I know many artists and photographers who can license their work. Also, great sources for public domain art and documents are available online. Contact me to make sure you are getting the highest quality and resolution possible.
Explore locations such as:

open license databases: http://openglam.org/open-collections/

old maps: http://www.davidrumsey.com/

Stock art can usually be purchased at high resolution for a reasonable price - i.e.

Services Provided
Custom Outdoor Art murals - Reproduction of paintings, illustrations, photographs, and historical documents by firing the art on porcelain or other ceramic/glass surfaces.

Areas Served

Certifications and Awards
A proud PRO member of the Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Portland (http://www.hbapdx.org)
Contact: Dave White
Location: Call for Further Information
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
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Commented: I need help with decorating my pool area. You can see the pool from th You might want to consider using outdoor porcelain tile art. It can be installed in full sun, rain, even freezing and it will last. A few photos follow, but you can see more examples at my Houzz profile...
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