|Height||8 ft 3 in|
|Width||13 ft 8 in|
|Number of Panels||8|
|Prepasted||No (paste included)|
About the artist:
David Miller is heavily influenced by many hours spent scuba diving in California, Mexico, Hawaii and Jamaica. He developed a special process for priming the surface of lexan panels, which allows for the adhesion of acrylic paint. The result is a distinctive portrayal of the life zone both above and beneath the sea. David's work is part of numerous private collections and is displayed in galleries in both the US and Japan.
This mural is a large, scenic graphic applied to the wall much like wallpaper. This mural consists of 8 panels (4 upper and 4 lower), which makes it very easy for anyone to hang. A dry-strippable, cellulose paste is included with this mural, as are easy to follow instructions.
This mural is printed on 80 lb. wet-strength paper. After printing it was finished with a light coat of varnish. It can be cleaned (but not scrubbed) with a wet sponge.