Terry Smith Working on a Mural
"People find it interesting that I hide things in my murals. In the tribute to Billy Graham, you will find a tiny church mouse in the scene, a cross on one of Graham's fingernails and a reflection of hymnals in the windows. Murals aren't fine art; they are meant to tell a story and attract an audience's attention."
About 1990 I was asked by the Mural Society of Lake Placid, Florida, to paint a mural. I talked it over with a fellow artist and decided to give it a try.
The subjects vary but I prefer landscapes and wildlife. I will attempt almost any size depending on the wall surface, windows, and doors. They take from four days to three weeks to complete. The price varies with size. For further information email the artist.