Category Archives: New York Studio

Meet the artist: John Coburn

John Coburn began working at EverGreene shortly after finishing his MFA at the New York Academy of Fine Art in 1997. In Bring It On (2006), we witness an attack on a well-groomed subdivision, from a bird’s-eye-view, rendered in a … Continue reading

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Meet The Artist: Zinni Veshi

  Zinni Veshi moved to New York from Albania in 1998 to attend the MFA program at the Pratt Institute of Art and Design. In his twelve years at EverGreene, Zinni has created new artwork for churches, state capitols and … Continue reading

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Meet The Artist: Robin Roi

Robin Roi has been a Project Manager at EverGreene for more than 25 years. She has worked on EverGreene’s projects worldwide, from traditional marbleizing, to gilding, to inventing custom finishes and designs for hospitality, commercial and residential clients. . She … 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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Preservation Vs. New Construction: Could NYC “Landmark Away” Its Future?

We’ve worked in hundreds of landmark buildings around New York City and across the country. Restoration for historic buildings is one of EverGreene’s core competencies and much of our work comes as a result of preservationists who fight to keep … 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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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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Painting Decoration in the Illinois State Capitol

We’re restoring the interior of the West Wing of the Illinois State Capitol. We did a variety of exposure windows on the corridor ceiling and discovered a range of decorative painting. We then made tracings of the decorative paint, and … Continue reading

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OHNY 2011 At the EverGreene Studio

EverGreene opened its doors to Open House New York (OHNY) this year. Visitors were given tours through the design studio, paint studio, and plaster shops. Here are a few pics…

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