Category Archives: Historic Murals & Artwork

EverGreene Celebrates America at Work

  It’s Labor Day weekend and that means squeezing the last few drops out of summer. Commonly regarded as a bitter-sweet ode to the close of the season, Labor Day was originally conceived by the Central Labor Union and implemented … Continue reading

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Meet the Artist: Tsering Phuntsok

Tsering has been studying Tibetan arts since 1981. A third generation Thangka painter, Tsering was influenced by and learned this traditional art from his late father, Jampa Kalsang. He has created paintings for Potala Palace, as well as the Drepung, Sera, … Continue reading

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WPA Murals: The Cultural Importance of Preserving Artwork in Architectural Settings

Most of the world’s great museums strive to strip architectural ornament away, presenting their works in a “white cube,” free from distraction. Murals – especially those in prominent and public buildings – are designed to interact with the viewer and … Continue reading

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Creating an American Renaissance: Theaters and LHAT

Theaters are the epicenter of culture for American cities and towns. From Hamlet to Star Trek; Stravinsky to Gershwin we flock to theaters to be entertained by plays, movies, music and dance. Theaters enrich us personally and they enrich our … Continue reading

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“New York Palace Lobby Mural: In Progress” Reblog

We’re in the process of painting a new mural for the New York Palace Hotel, and were just interviewed about our work. Bill Mensching, director of our mural department, along with Zinni Veshi, the artist commissioned for the work, were … Continue reading

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American Museum Of Natural History Mural Conservation: by Forrest Filler

A Personal Perspective and a Fantastic Project: The Restoration of the MacKay Murals at the American Museum of Natural History. by Conservation Foremen, Forrest Filler. The American Museum of Natural History in New York City has so many amazing murals, but … Continue reading

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Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office Rediscovered

EverGreene has just begun work to restore the Clara Barton Missing Soldier’s Office, which has been unoccupied the past 100 years.

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Loew’s Kings Theatre Restoration Project

It may look like the set of an apocalypse film now, but the Loew’s Kings Theatre will be one of New York’s most prized theaters once again. After 5 years of planning, EverGreene is now starting some major work to … Continue reading

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What Makes A Sacred Space?

These new murals & decoration designed and painted by EverGreene for St. Paul the Apostle in Westerville, OH portrays a representation of the Heavenly Crucifixion, the Holy City of Jerusalem, communion of new and old world saints, and the perfected garden. At EverGreene, we are … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy: What You Can do to Curb the Effects of Water Damage

Severe water damage at the Verizon Building in New York is evident in this once beautiful ceiling mural. Hurricane Sandy’s effect on the buildings of New York City has been profound. In architecturally significant interiors, murals, decorative painting, plaster, and … Continue reading

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