Tapestries
The term 'tapestry' derives from the French word 'tapisserie' and ordinarily means woven or embroidered fabric. The popularity and demand for this art form grew in the Middle Ages so much so that the painted tapestry (also referred to as 'Water Works') was introduced.
At ZINCLAIR studios we are continuing this art form with the use of UV resistant paints on fine European linen. Each tapestry is lined and equipped with sturdy linen tabs at the top edge to be extended from a rod.

Because of their portability, these painted tapestries are a beautiful alternative to murals. 
Any size is possible (Our minimum is 15 square feet ).