Decorative Art Restoration & Preservation in Historic Buildings
The Capitol Building: Raleigh, North Carolina, 1833-1840, for the State
of North Carolina. Graining and graniting in the rotunda, stair halls,
Library, Geologist’s Office.
The Capitol Building: Montgomery, Alabama, 1851-1869, for the Alabama
Historical Commission. Trompe l’oeil in the Supreme Court Chamber,
original Secretary of State’s Suite, and original Governor’s Suite.
United States Treasury Building: Washington, D.C., 1870’s, for the U.S.
Treasury Department. Graining, gold leafing, striping and stenciling for
the Treasurer’s Conference and Reception Rooms.
Hampton Mansion: Baltimore, Maryland, 1790’s, for the National Park
Clover-Hill Tavern: Appomattox Court House, Virginia, 1830’s, for the
National Park Service. Graining, marbling, striping and stenciling.
U.S. Customs House: Charleston, South Carolina,1839-79, for the G.S.A.
and U. S. Customs. Graining.
Atwater-Kent Museum: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1826, for the City of
Clerk’s Office and Debtors’ Prison at the Eastville Court House:
Eastville, Virginia, 1731, for Northampton County, Virginia. Paint
research and restoration of original graining.
Historical Societies, Museums and Churches
Saint James Episcopal Church: Accomac, Virginia, 1838, for the Episcopal
Diocese of Virginia. Trompe l’oeil, stenciling and striping.
Christ Episcopal Church: Raleigh, North Carolina, for the Episcopal
Diocese of North Carolina. Graniting, graining and gold leaf.
Kerr Place: Onancock, Virginia, 1799-1801, for the Historical Society of
the Eastern Shore. Graining, marbling, gilding and the reconstruction of
Hay House: Macon, Georgia, 1855, for the Georgia Trust for Historic
Preservation. Graining, marbling, and gold leafing.
Owens-Thomas House: Savannah, Georgia, 1816-1819, for the Telfair Museum.
Graining, marbling, bronzing and gold leafing in the entrance hall.
Bethel Memorial Church: Millwood, Virginia, 1833, for the Old Bethel
Foundation. Striping and graining.
St. Paul’s Church: Randleman, North Carolina, 1879, for the North
Randolph Historical Society and Museum. Graining.
Old Governor’s Mansion: Milledgeville, Georgia, l838, for Georgia College.
Prestwould: Clarksville, Virginia, 1790, for the Prestwould Foundation.
Graining and marbling.
Museum of Rural Life: Denton, Maryland, 1831, for the Caroline County
Historical Society. Graining.
White House of the Confederacy: Richmond, Virginia, 1818, for the Museum
of the Confederacy. Graining.
Cathedral of Saint Luke and Saint Paul: Charleston, South Carolina, 1816,
for the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina. Graining.
Edmondston-Allston House: Charleston, South Carolina, 1838, for the
Historic Charleston Foundation. Graining.
Calvin B. Taylor House Museum: Berlin, Maryland, 1828, for the Foundation
for Historic Berlin. Graining.
George Read II House: New Castle, Delaware, 1797, for the Historic
Society of Delaware. Stenciling and hand painted trompe l’oeil.
Littleton-Long House: Princess Anne, Maryland, 1830’s, for the Somerset
County Historical Society. Graining.
Costen House: Pocomoke City, Maryland, 1870’s, for the Historical
Society of Pocomoke City. Paint research.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Howell Hall, 1906. Graniting.
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church: Salisbury, North Carolina, Faux limestone
Poplar Hill House Museum: Salisbury, Maryland, 1795, for the City of
Salisbury, Paint research.
Manson House: Beaufort, North Carolina, 1825. for Beaufort Historical
Association. Graining, marbling and polychrome.
Miller’s House at the Old Mill: Linchester, Caroline County, Maryland,
1830’ for the Caroline County Historical Society. Paint research.
First Presbyterian Church: Durham, North Carolina, 1915. Faux stone and
Marva Theater: Pocomoke City, Maryland, 1927, for the Performing Arts
Theater. Paint research, restoration of decorative murals and trompe
Beauvoir: Biloxi, Mississippi, 1852 for the Mississippi Department of
Archives and History. Trompe l’oeil, graining and marbling.
Burley Manor: Berlin, Maryland, 1833. Graining, and marbling.
The Cedars: Columbus, Georgia, 1836. Marbling
Grapeland: Wardtown, Virginia, 1823. Graining, marbling and trompe l’oeil.
Leatherbury Farm: Accomack County, Virginia, 1740’s. Graining, marbling.
Gen. John Steele House: Salisbury, North Carolina, 1799. Graining.
Eagle Hotel: Berlin, Maryland, 1906. Graining.
Chatham: Northampton County, Virginia. 1832. Graining, paint research and
Major Peter Bocquet House: Charleston, South Carolina, 1770. Marbling and
Governor Carr’s House: Old Sparta, North Carolina, 1826. Graining.
Wallis-Traylor Double House: Petersburg, Virginia, 1853 and 1870.
Graining and marbling.
Loblolly: Southern Pines, North Carolina,1918. Marbling.
Farrell Cottage: Locustville, Virginia, 1841. Stenciling, graining and
Cuthbert-Hassell House: Petersburg, Virginia, 1870. Graining.
Phillips’ Cottage: Snow Hill, Maryland, 1790’s. Graining.
Castle Hill: Charlottesville, Virginia, 1814. Graining, marbling and gold
Governor G.T. Biggs House: Middleton, Delaware, 1877. Graining, marbling
Bowman’s Folly: Accomack County, Virginia, 1812. Paint research,
graining, glazing , marbling and trompe l’oeil.
Bunting Place: Accomack County, Virginia, 1830. Graining, glazing and
La Grange Plantation: Warren County, North Carolina, 1770. Graining.
The White Homestead: Fort Mill, South Carolina, 1834. Marbling, graining
and trompe l’oeil.
Swananna: Ashland, Virginia, 1902. Marbling.
Beckford: Princess Anne, Maryland, 1830’s. Paint research, plaster
restoration and polychrome.
Watkins Point: Somerset County Maryland, 1850’s. Marbling.
Claughton-Wright House: Northumberland County, Virginia, 1790’s. Graining.
Vaucluse: Northampton County, Virginia, 1826. Paint research, graining and