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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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In the New York Gilding Studio with Robin Roi

To get ready for the busy holiday season, the Van Cleef & Arpels Flagship Jewelry store on Fifth Avenue at 57th Street in New York City is getting gilt. Robin Roi, EverGreene’s Director of Decorative Finishes, walks us through our … Continue reading

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Richard Rodgers Restoration: Exhuming a Lost Proscenium

EverGreene is appearing on Broadway…once again . We’re providing restoration and conservation services for the Nederlander Organization on the Richard Rodgers Theater, 226 West 46th Street in Times Square. The Theater is distinguished as housing the most number of Tony-award winning … Continue reading

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Architecture and Business: A reblog from Arch Daily

Architecture and Business from ArchDaily on Vimeo. Check out this great video from one of our favorite blogs, Arch Daily. Jenn Kennedy, author of Success by Design and AD collaborator, asked an influential group of architects about their business directions. These testimonials by Dan Meis, Art Gensler, Lauren … 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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Production Design for the San Jose Opera’s Set for Idomeneo

EverGreene was commissioned to assist in the production design for the set for the San Jose Opera’s production of Mozart’s Idomeneo, which opened last week. The set, conceived by set designer Steven C. Kemp, was inspired by wall paintings excavated … 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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