Create Your Own Room Divider
Paint your Own Room Divider
So I came across something really interesting the other day that I thought I would share with all of you artists who might be out there. You could do this for your own room or else create it as a present for someone else. Maybe you could even do one and use it as a demo for creating further commissions.
Anyway, what I found was a room divider that is created using primed canvas, so that you can paint your own design on it. You could create a custom room divider with anything you like on. From an abstract work to a local or an imaginary scene, all you need here is your imagination.
If you start with a blank room divider and then paint it yourself this would also turn out much less expensive than buying a custom room divider.
Blank Canvas Room Divider
Anyway, so here is what you get - you can choose from either a 3, 4, 5 or 6 panel screen. Both sides are covered in primed white art canvas and stretched over kiln dried spruce.
So you can use it as a screen or you can actually mount it on the wall as an artwork, as it also comes with wall fixings. This is actually a cheap way to get a really big painting done - and the painting is foldable and easier to transport.
There are also choices of heights available - 4 ft, 6 ft or 7 ft tall.
So use your imagination to create either a unique folding room divider, or a unique piece of art.
Buy a Blank Canvas Room Divider
Choose from 3, 4 or 5 panels and heights of 4ft, 6ft or 7ft. Then paint your own masterpiece and use it as either a room divider or a hanging piece of art.
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