Edward has over 26 years experience as an artist and successfully running his own business.
A graduate of the Maryland Institute, College of Art, he is well accomplished in all the specialty faux finishes including: wall glazing, striae glazing, frottage, stenciling, Venetian Plaster, wood graining, marbling, and metal leaf guilding.
The murals range from a simple children's room to
trompe l’oeil. Edward has worked in the Presidential Guest House: Blair House, been nationally published and recently awarded “Best of Baltimore” by Baltimore Magazine for “Best Decorative Artist”.

Communication, creativity and commitment are essential to every project. As a small company, he is involved from the conception to completion of every job. Edward would enjoy the opportunity to create a unique custom design for your next project.
Contact: Edward Williams
Location: 33 Overbrook Road
Baltimore, MD 21228
Commented: How are the cabinets antiqued? FYI: I have faux finished many cabinets over the years. Dark cabinets were lightened and light cabinets darkened. Please view my site. TheStudio33.com
August 30, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: where is this in the house? This mural was painted on the wall of a hallway just off the foyer. The image was taken from a vacation picture the client had in France. One of the challenges was painting all the spokes AND the spoke...
June 7, 2012 in Photo Questions  
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November 27, 2014
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