I am working on restoring the the 38-foot dome in Preston Bradley Hall a the Chicago Cultural Center.It is thought to be the world’s largest Tiffany dome. There should be an article describing the restoration in early July in the Chicago Tribune Magazine. With EverGreene Architectural Arts and Historic Surfaces . Here is an inContinue reading “Tiffany Dome Restoration”
Exhibit: Thursday, June 12, 2008, 5 – 7 pm at the University Club of Chicago (76 E Monroe St Chicago, IL (312) 726-2840 at the corner of Monroe and Michigan) . I’ll have about 20 mostly new works for your viewing pleasure. The exhibit is on the 12th floor in the dining room with aContinue reading “University Club Exhibition”
Last month I painted a mural inside a cathedral dome at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Harrisburg, PA. The project was a recreation of an original mural that had suffered water damage over the years. I was the lead artist for EverGreene Architectural Arts. Four other artists worked under my supervision.
I received notice that an upcoming issue of Art Calendar magazine will publish an article I wrote on the making of a Richard Haas designed outdoor mural I worked on in Grand Rapids,MI. during September 2004.The article appeared in the April 2006 issue.
I painted a Richard Haas designed mural in Ft. Worth, TX for the Tarrant county Bar Association. With Tim Luzak and Canning Studios‘.
I Designed and built a film set for an Independent short film (“Freak”) shot in the Netherlands for a major Dutch theater event: The 2005 Parade festival. We built it on site in Vlaardingen, a suburb of Rotterdam. Ton Van Erp was the director:
I worked with an artist team to paint a Richard Haas designed mural in Grand Rapids, MI. for the Heartside Neighborhood Redevelopment project. With Tim Luzak, Tim Gunnet , and Amy (? from NYC ), with Evergreene. The theme is the history of the Grand Rapids Furniture industry. Sponsored by the Dwelling Place organization.
Along with an artist team I painted a Mural at the Cowgirl Hall of Fame in Ft, Worth Texas. Designed by Richard Haas and with Evergreene Painting Studios.