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Great For Any Occasion!

Great for commercial applications, but can be used for anything. A temporary painted window illustration custom painted for your theme.

- Custom Designed for your business or school!

- Liz can paint any idea you have, tell her what you have in mind.


-Removal of design is available for an additional fee when you're ready to remove it too if you like!

 call or email for an estimate based on the size and design of your job. 



Rodman Ford in Foxboro, MA. 

This job was requested to be painted on the outside of the windows. This can be done, however, it is not recommended for applications where it will be touched or rubbed up against by people. If the paint is wet or damp it will easily peel off of the windows if rubbed or picked at. If it gets wet, but isn't touched, it will re-harden when dry. The paint can also craze and wrinkle on the outside of windows. This crazing is barely noticable from a distance, but is easily noticable when close up.

Benefits to painting on the outside are:

  • Brighter clearer design (great for darker or tinted windows)

  • More detailed design

  • Access to the building is not required

  • Painting can take place during off hours

Cons to painting on the outside:​

  • Painting is subject to the environment, may not last as long.

  • When wet from rain etc. paint will easily rub/peel off if touched

  • Paint may craze/wrinkle

  • Can only be applied in amicable weather conditions, no rain, snow, and not too windy (wind blows paint right off brush and causes spatters)

Client List

​Liz Boston Art Studio
200 Wales St.

Suite 401

(Open by appointment only)

Abington, MA 02351






​Liz Boston is a local artist who grew up in Needham, MA and went to the School of the Museum of Fine Art in Boston. She graduated from their four year studio art program in 2000, with a focus on painting. She has also studied under her mentor, Edwina Caci, a Copley Society portrait painter, for many years. 

Liz is the past president of the Weymouth Art Association, and she organized the mural project behind the Weymouth Tufts Library. She was also a board member of the Quincy Art Association for a few years and maintained their website during that time.

Liz also sat on the board of the Massachusetts Cultural Council for Weymouth for 1 year.

She currently runs the Facebook group "Bostons South Shore Artists" for the professional artist community in the South Shore area to keep everyone up to date with local shows, opportunities, and happenings for artists. Membership is limited to professional artists who live in the Boston area; membership requests are carefully screened. If you would like to request membership to the group, click here:





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