Shiny Paint Art Co.
The company is owned by husband and wife team Ryan and Starla Wilson. In 2013, they sold everything and moved to PEI from Kitchener, Ontario in search of a new career direction.
In the years since, they have found excellent business opportunities on PEI. They hope to someday expand Shiny Paint to better serve the artistic needs of PEI.
Both Ryan and Starla paint window murals and traditional signs. Most demand is for advertising signs, but they also paint home murals and decorative signs.
They have also tried their hand at painting designs on boats and other vehicles.
In just a few years, their art has become popular across the Island. Their murals grace the Clark’s Building and the Garden of the Gulf Museum in Montague, and many more across PEI.
Shiny Paint uses traditional methods to create their signs. “We love painted signs, and we think they still have a place in our digitally saturated world. We don’t need any special machinery – just our own hands, basic tools, some squirrel-hair brushes (yes, really!) and some awesome paint.”
Ryan and Starla believe in customer collaboration.
“We’re the type of business who talk to you and figure out what you want, and then paint it for you. So you get that handmade artistic touch.”
For more information, visit www.shinypaint.ca.