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Explore with EverGreene: Outdoor Art, Texas Edition

Image source: http://www.fortwortharchitecture.com/jett.htm We’re itching to visit the Lone Star State. There’s so much to see! Let’s focus on Fort Worth’s Chisholm Trail Mural by Richard Haas that EverGreene restored. The mural covers the majority of the Jett Building at Sundance Square … 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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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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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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On Location: Installing Murals at Floyd Bennett Field

EverGreene is putting the finishing touches on the National Park Service’s Gateway National Recreation Area, Floyd Bennett Field. We’ve replicated the original murals and stenciling in the Ryan Center (also known as the Administration Building). Floyd Bennett Field was New … Continue reading

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In the Studio: New Murals for Church of St. Paul the Apostle in Westerville, OH

The studio is painting some beautiful murals for a new church, the Church of St. Paul the Apostle, in Westerville, OH. EverGreene is employing the church’s byzantine inspired style in the design of the murals which feature extensive gold leafing … Continue reading

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New Murals for Prince of Peace Church in Kearney, NE

EverGreene’s mural studio in New York is painting several murals commissioned by the new Prince of Peace Church in Kearney, NE. The mural, painted in the Beuronese style, is 22 feet high, and will serve as the reredos framing the tabernacle. Tiger … Continue reading

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