I think that if you seal it you can still paint the animals in next
year, but you will have to seal it again afterward.
On 4/28/06, michelle yates <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have tackled getting the middle school and high
> school to paint murals on an old pump house at the
> outdoor classroom. My hope is that next year we could
> add animals to the murals since this group of artists
> did not seem to have the confidence to add them to
> their scenes about the outdoor classroom. My question
> is if I really need to seal the murals if I plan on
> adding to them next spring. This pump house is next
> to a lake and is exposed to all the elements not to
> mention the horrible mud dabbler's nest that took us
> forever to scape off and wash down. I would like to
> see this last and my kids would like to see it last -
> this is the kind of hometown that people really never
> leave and generations have lived here. If I need to I
> will seal it and not worry about adding to it next
> year. Any thoughts?
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