Help!

As most of you know by now, I often will work in a variety of styles and media. This time however, I am reaching out to you guys to help me find a solution to a project that I am working on. The project consists of finding some sort of media that can be used on concrete walkway that will give the effects of a pastel painting and would stand up to the elements here in Minnesota. That includes everything from; foot traffic, rain, snow, snow blowers, salt and all other fun elemental properties. I recently just came across a polymer outdoor paint called FolkArt Outdoor, but am curious if anyone has found a product themselves or has worked with anything. I have a photo that I have attached here to give you an idea of the space. It is the front of a great restaurant that needs to have the same great looking feeling as it does inside. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!

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5 responses to “Help!

  1. The issue is going to be the moisture that creeps up from below. I painted on a parking lot once in Green Bay. There is patio paint. Or look into the paint they use for painting the lines on the road.

  2. Thanks Janet. I am well aware of that moisture from below. I did talk with Golden and they have quite the process to make sure that is taken care of. It all starts with a healthy dosing of concrete sealer. And their Fluid and Heavy body acrylic lines are specifically formulated to work in an outdoor setting with a few additives. Overall though, it is going to be alot of research to make sure the mural stays in the best shape it can.

  3. Tradewinds in Green Bay has a “mural” painted on the side using Golden Paint. It has held up very well. Sounds like Golden is the way to go.

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