Murals

New Murals and Artwork
Working with our clients, EverGreene’s designers design new murals and decorative elements, and create maquettes. Our artists and craftsmen execute these visions in our studio and on-site in paint, mosaic and other mediums.

Historic Murals and Artwork
Having historic murals evaluated and treated by formally trained conservators is the best way to prevent irreversible damage. The most important aspect of treatment is that any non-historic painting (done to fill areas of paint loss and/or return the artwork to its original appearance) should be separated from the original in a reversible manner. This allows a future conservator to completely remove previous treatments to keep up with current technology without damaging the original. If approached with a conservation mindset, a valued mural, even one in a deteriorated state, can be preserved for posterity.
EverGreene is often entrusted to conserve historic murals in our nation’s landmark civic, institutional, and sacred spaces by renowned artists like Edwin Blashfield, Kenyon Cox and Gonippo Raggi, as well as other murals (including WPA) and sculpture on display.