The process of painting a wall mural used to be done directly on the wall. But for several reasons we have begun to paint them in house. The first is that a customer looking over your shoulder and watching all day is annoying. The second by doing in house allows customer to remove it if selling or for other reasons. The new process involves measuring the area of mural. Cutting raw canvas to size. Wetting the canvas for shrinkage. After drying a coat of gesso is applied as a base. The next step is to paint the mural. Allow 1 - 2 weeks to dry. Roll it up and deliver to the house. We then rough it into the area and make all nec. cuts. We then use wallpaper adheasive rolled on the wall and back of the canvas. the canvas is slid into place and rolled to smooth and remove air pockets. We then trim off the access on all sides, replace trim, outlets and caulk where needed. The painting can then be removed carefully at a later date or left.